Unusually shaped flowers - fully double centres with an outer ring of petals. The flowers are tucked tight into the marbled foliage in spring and are bright, golden-yellow. The centres are tightly packed with petals with an outer 'cog' of single petals. It's very eye-catching.
A robust, long-lived and easily grown plant given a moist soil. Like all the garden Celandines it appears early in the year showing its marbled leaves. The buds can appear early too but remain tight until spring arrives. After flowering the plant retreats underground and rests until late winter. Non-seeding.
We like this variety - it makes tight, neat clumps and the flowers are especially bright.