Pilosella aurantiaca


Fox and cubs, Pilosella aurantiaca, is so-called because of the appearance of the open flowers (the fox) alongside the flower buds (the cubs). This vigorous perennial has lovely, deep-orange flowers held in clusters on slender stems that emerge from a rosette of hairy foliage.

Given how easily it can spread, Pilosella aurantiaca is best grown in a large area where it can battle it out with other vigorous plants like tansy, scabious and viper’s bugloss – a damp, sunny meadow is ideal.

For best results, grow Pilosella aurantiaca in full sun in moist, well-drained soil for flowers in June and July.

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