<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'
<i>Helenium</i> 'Waltraut'

Helenium 'Waltraut'

sneezeweed ( syn. Helenium Waldtraut )

Sprays of bronze-orange daisy-like flowers up to 8cm (3in) across splashed with yellow and with prominent, disk-like centres...

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