Doronicum pardaliances, known as leopard's-bane, is a rhizomatous herbaceous perennial in the sunflower family Asteraceae. It has upright stems growing to 80 cm, with heart-shaped basal leaves and yellow flowers, generally 3–4 cm across.
Doronicum pardalianches or Great Leopards Bane is a spreading and clump forming perennial with attractive heart shaped, mid green leaves and open faced bright yellow daisy flowers borne on slender stems. Great as a border plant or amongst shrubs for some lower level colour. They also thrive in woodland settings where they will take over the job of making strong splashes of colour after spring bulbs have finished. They make good cut flowers.