Pasque Flower

Pasque Flower

Scientific Name: Pulsatila vulgaris
Nice perennial plant that is of multi-season ornamental value. In the early spring, when it emerges from the ground, the fuzzy hairy leaves are quite interesting and attractive as they unfurl. Purple flowers appear in mid April and normally last for several weeks especially if the temperatures are cool.

After it finishes blooming, a seed head develops and stands above the foliage and this feathery feature lasts until late summer.

You must have good drainage or a dry soil area for Pasque flower. It is an alpine plant which grows best in full sun to part shade. It forms a low-growing clump that gets around 12" high and as wide. This plant reseeds readily if growing under ideal conditions.

Plant Specifics

Cultural Needs: - Must have good drainage and some sun.
Plant Type: Perennial
Bloom Time: April
Water Needs: Well Drained Soil
Light Needs: Part shade to Sun
Color: Purple
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