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Plants Matching pulsatilla

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Image of Pulsatilla photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Pasque Flower)

Image of Pulsatilla vulgaris photo by: TL

TL

(Pasque Flower)

Of all the early spring flowers, this is certainly one of the most wondrous. The elegant curved stems of pasque flower rise from the ground in very early spring and offer large fuzzy, violet-purple flowers with a wealth of golden yellow stamens. Each six-petaled bloom is nodding when it first opens and then extends upwards to face the sun. This clump-forming herbaceous perennial is native to alpine regions across Europe.

The flowers of pasque flower are surrounded by hairy, light green leaves...

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Jesse Saylor

(Pasque Flower, White Pasque Flower)

Feathery light green leaves of the white pasque flower surrounds the nodding, ivory and haired blossoms in spring. A clumping herbaceous perennial, it is native to Europe from the United Kingdom eastward to the Ukraine.

The soft, hairy, light green leaves are deeply and narrowly lobed, looking feathery. In mid- to late spring, stems rise above the emerging foliage with an ivory bud that opens to a six-petaled, cup-shaped flower that first nods and then turns to the sun. The flower is creamy white...

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Yoder Brothers

(Pasque Flower)

The blooms of 'Blaue Glocke' are deepest violet-purple. The elegant curved stems of this pasque flower rise from the ground in very early spring and offer large fuzzy flowers with a wealth of golden yellow stamens. Each six-petaled bloom is nodding when it first opens and then extends upwards to face the sun. This clump-forming herbaceous perennial is native to alpine regions across Europe.

The flowers of pasque flower are surrounded by hairy, light green leaves that are deeply dissected and...

Image of Pulsatilla vulgaris (Heiler Hybrid) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Pasque Flower)

Typically, pasque flowers are silvery violet-purple but those of the Heiler Hybrids may be white, pink, purple or red. Of all the early spring flowers, this is certainly one of the most wondrous. The elegant curved stems of pasque flower rise from the ground in very early spring and offer large fuzzy flowers with a wealth of golden yellow stamens. Each six-petaled bloom is nodding when it first opens and then extends upwards to face the sun. This clump-forming herbaceous perennial is native to alpine...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Pasque Flower)

The blooms of 'Röde Klokke' are deep velvety red. The elegant curved stems of this pasque flower rise from the ground in very early spring and offer large fuzzy flowers with a wealth of golden yellow stamens. Each six-petaled bloom is nodding when it first opens and then extends upwards to face the sun. This clump-forming herbaceous perennial is native to alpine regions across Europe.

The flowers of pasque flower are surrounded by hairy, light green leaves that are deeply dissected and ferny...

Image of Pulsatilla vulgaris var. rubra photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Pasque Flower)

Light green leaves of the red pasque flower contrast the nodding, red-violet and haired blossoms in spring. A clumping herbaceous perennial, it is native to Europe from the United Kingdom eastward to the Ukraine.

The soft, hairy, light green leaves are deeply and narrowly lobed, looking feathery. In mid- to late spring, stems rise above the emerging foliage with a pink bud that opens to a six-petaled, cup-shaped flower that first nods and then turns to the sun. The flower ranges from red-purple...