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Pulsatilla vulgaris, commonly known as Pasqueflower, is a herbaceous perennial plant that is native to Europe and Asia. It belongs to the Ranunculaceae family and is prized for its early spring blooms.
• Height: 20-30cm (8-12in)
• Spread: 30-45cm (12-18in)
• Flower color: Violet-purple, white, pink, red or blue
• Flowering period: Early spring (March-April)
• Foliage: Fern-like, finely divided, silvery green leaves
• Sunlight requirements: Full sun to partial shade
• Soil requirements: Well-draining, moderately fertile soil with a neutral to slightly alkaline pH
• Hardiness Zone: 3
Pulsatilla vulgaris is a great choice for rock gardens, cottage gardens, and mixed borders. It can also be planted in containers.
Pasqueflower is drought-tolerant, low maintenance, and deer-resistant. It also attracts butterflies and bees to the garden.
Pasqueflower prefers well-draining soil and does not like to be disturbed once planted. It requires full sun to partial shade and should be watered sparingly, as it is drought-tolerant. In the fall, cut back the foliage to encourage new growth in the spring.
Pulsatilla vulgaris has a rich history and has been used medicinally for centuries. Its unique blooms and fern-like foliage make it a beautiful addition to any garden, especially in early spring when there are few other flowers blooming.