Trollius Lemon Queen
Trollius Lemon Queen

Trollius Lemon Queen

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Helpfully moisture loving, Trollius x cultorum Lemon Queen looks enchanting planted near a pond or in a bog garden. Bright yellow globe-shaped flowers are held on nicely fleshy stalks above a mound of luscious foliage. The result is a welcome splash of colour in hard to populate, damp, semi-shady parts of the garden. .

The Globeflower is from the ranunculus family, a relation of the buttercup. Trollius comes from the original German ’Trollblume’, meaning rounded flower. It is prevalent in West Asia and Europe.


From July to August the wonderful thistle-like flowers appear. They can be left to create lovely silhouettes in the frosty winter garden or cut for flower arrangements or drying.

  • Heavy, damp soil
  • All aspects
  • Full sun, partial shade

A recommendation for wet, boggy soil is unusual, but beside a pond is perfect for this plant which, in the right conditions, will form a good sized mound quickly and repeat flower if spent blooms are deadheaded.