The Prairie Indian Plantain - an unfamiliar North American perennial with striking ribbed leaves and 3 – 5ft upright flower stems in summer. The flowers are essentially creamy white daisy flowers which don’t open fully.
I’m in danger of damning this plant with faint praise but it’s a striking thing and definitely makes a bit of a statement in the garden. I like it anyway. Any good soil in sun. (Aka Cacalia plantaginea)
1L pots ~ £5