Ligularia dentata (A.Gray) Hara, 318 1939. (syn: Erythrochaete dentata A.Gray; Ligularia clivorum Maxim.; Ligularia japonica var. clivorum (Maxim.) Makino; Senecillis dentata (A.Gray) Kitam.; Senecio clivorum (Maxim.) Maxim.; Senecio japonicus var. integrifolius Matsum.; Senecio labordei Vaniot);
It is a robust herbaceous perennial growing to 1–1.5 m (3–5 ft) tall by 1 m (3 ft) wide. The dark green leaves are large, long-stalked, leathery, cordate-based, and very rounded, with serrated edges (hence the Latin dentata meaning “toothed”) . Orange-yellow daisy-like composite flowers bloom on thick red, mostly leafless stalks, rising above the foliage in early summer.
Ligularia dentata is grown as an ornamental plant, chosen as much for its bold foliage as its flowers. It is used as a round-leaved accent plant or massed planting in moist sun and partial shade garden settings, and in containers. Cultivars include ‘Desdemona’ and ‘Othello’. Selections with cream color spotted foliage (polka dots) are also grown.
(From Wikipedia on 6.9.15)
Plant for ID-PC-38-27.08.2015 : 6 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Please identify this plant from the park near the house I was living.
may be an angelica?
Asteraceae. Maybe Senecio or Ligularia.
This is probably Ligularia dentata.
Seems to match what … has stated.