http://www.durgan.org/URL/?OUPZZ 26 May 2010 Bigleaf golden-ray Ligularia dentata ‘Othello’
The plant in full Sun protects itself by drooping and twisting the leaves. After the heat of the day and the Sun disappears, the plant returns to normal. It likes much water, which still has little to do with the drooping of the leaves. Later in the season it produces an orange flower cluster above the vegetation. It is grown mostly for the attractive large leaves. Snail and slugs eat holes in the leaves, and it is protected by spreading bait under the foliage. There are two plants in the garden.