|Inula comprises a group of medium to large clump
forming perrenials, with large daisy-like yellow
flowers with many narrow ray flowers around a
central disk. They prefer full sun, well drained
soil and are cold hardy.
Moisture needs vary depending upon species.
Propagate by seed, or by dividing in spring or
fall. I. helenium, a rhizomatous perennial has
thick stems of egg-shaped leaves to 32 inches
long, and wavy edges. Flowerheads in bright yellow
are produced in single corymbs summer through