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Listed below are lots of wonderful yellow flowering plants, but if you are stuck for time and inspiration why not buy one of our Ready to Plant Border packs, with all the plants you need to make the perfect border in your garden.

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KNIPHOFIA 'Bees Lemon'

KNIPHOFIA 'Bees Lemon'  >

Red hot poker, Torch lily, Tritoma
Dense narrow yellow flowers from green buds. Easy to grow
KNIPHOFIA 'Little Maid'

KNIPHOFIA 'Little Maid'  >

Red hot poker, Torch lily, Tritoma
Pale lemon flower spike about 18 inches tall
LABURNUM x watereri 'Vossii'
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Golden chain, Voss's laburnum
Very long bright yellow trailing flowers on this ever popular tree. Although the seeds are highly poisonous the sight of the tree weighed down with flowers in early summer is a show stopper.
LAMPRANTHUS yellow

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Perennial mesembryanthemum

LEYCESTERIA crocothyrsos

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Golden Himalayan honeysuckle
Upright shrub with arching shoots and golden yellow flowers. Reintroduced by Roy Lancaster
LIGULARIA przewalskii
Clump forming perennial with plamate lobed leaves. Dark green stems bear slender but dense racemes of yellow flowerheads
LONICERA henryi

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Honeysuckle
Evergreen, yellow and purple flowers and black berries
LONICERA periclymenum 'Graham Thomas'
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LONICERA periclymenum 'Graham Thomas'  >

Common honeysuckle, Woodbine
Clear creamy yellow, heavily scented
LYSICHITON americanus
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Bog arum, Yellow skunk cabbage
Water loving bog plant with large yellow flowers
MAGNOLIA acuminata 'Miss Honeybee'
Light yellow fragrant flowers open just before or alongside the leaves
MAGNOLIA x brooklynensis 'Yellow Bird'
Introduced at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens in 1967 as a hybrid between M. acuminata and M. x brooklynensis. Flowers are yellow with a slight greenish tinge
MAGNOLIA 'Butterflies'
A hyrid between M.acuminata and M.denudata with rich yellow flowers and red stamens
MAGNOLIA 'Daphne'
In our opinion this is easily the best and darkest yellow yet to appear on the market. The flowers do come out with the leaves most years but this is genuinely a plant for the smaller garden. A triumph for Philippe de Spoelbergh's magnolia breeding in Belgium.
MAGNOLIA denudata 'Yellow River'
(cv 'Fei Huang') - a rare form imported direct from China which has yellowish buds fading to creamy-white as the flowers open
MAGNOLIA 'Elizabeth'
Cup-shaped clear primrose-yellow flowers before and with the new leaves
MAGNOLIA 'Gold Star'
A vigorous stellata hybrid which has attractive soft yellow buds and stellata-shaped flowers which fade to creamy-white. Very hardy
MAGNOLIA 'Golden Sun'
Large dark yellow flowers
MAGNOLIA nitida
Seed grown plants of this very rare and unique species with glossy green leaves and bronze new growth. The flowers are yellow and exceptionally scented. Only suitable outdoors in the mildest climates
MAGNOLIA 'Sundance'
Barium yellow flowers before the leaves emerge in mid to late spring
MAGNOLIA 'Sunsation'
Golden-yellow flowers in early summer
MAGNOLIA 'Yellow Fever'
A hybrid between M. acuminata and M. denudata. Flowers are yellow in bud fading to cream and highly scented
MAGNOLIA 'Yellow Lantern'
(M. acuminata subcordata x M. soulangeana 'Alexandrina') - fastigiate small tree with precocious tall tulip-shaped pale lemon flowers and abundant seedheads
MAHONIA japonica
Yellow flowers, sweet scented like Lily of the Valley, good autumn colour
MAHONIA x media 'Charity'
Large pinnate foliage and yellow flowers NOV onwards
OENOTHERA macrocarpa
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Ozark sundrops
(missouriensis) - yellow flowers remaining open in daytime
OSTEOSPERMUM 'Lemon Symphony'
Continuous lemon flowers
PAEONIA lutea var. ludlowii
Single yellow tree paeony
PHLOMIS fruticosa
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PHLOMIS fruticosa  >

Jerusalem sage
yellow flowers, felted grey-green foliage

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