Giant profusion of white flowers from late May to June
Size: 7-8’ x 5’ Care: full sun in well-drained soil Native: Caucasus
First collected before 1863. ”This is a stately and noble plant, with large heart shaped leaves. The loose flower-heads, which are often 6 feet in height, and nearly as much through, are composed of myriads of small white flowers, which at a distance may be likened to a giant specimen of Gypsophila; it blooms during June and July.” H.H. Thomas 1915.
Pulsatilla vulgaris var. rubra syn. Anemone pulsatilla var. rubra Pasqueflower
Wine-red petals of bell-shape with yellow centers flowers in early spring. Fun, furry foliage