Helenium Sahins Early Flowerer

Helenium Sahins Early Flowerer

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Emerging from a handsome clump of foliage, the prolific flowers of Helenium Sahins Early Flowerer provides a welcome injection of colour as summer progresses. Each daisy-like flower head unfurls to reveal a sunburst of bold orange coloured petals, set off against a deep brown centre (a late source of nectar) that stands proud of the flower as it matures.

It is said that Heleniums are named after Helen of Troy; if so, they valiantly uphold her reputation for beauty. As the flower heads are held erect on shorter, unbending stems, it makes them excellent for late summer arrangements. It is a recipient of the RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit), for all round excellence in the garden.

  • Flowers: June - October
  • Hardy
  • Well drained soil
  • South, east or west facing
  • Full sun
  • Attracts butterflies and pollinators
  • May need staking
  • To encourage repeat flowering, cut back to budding side shoots
  • Cut down to the ground in winter