3 years to reach maturity
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Meadow Rue Overview
Thalictrum is a genus containing around 157 herbaceous perennial plants also known as meadow rue. They produce divided, glaucous blue-green foliage and petalless, fluffy sprays of tiny flowers with many long stamens. These are usually pink, purple or white. This genus does not have the clearest of boundaries and is in need of further taxonomic study.
How to propagate Meadow Rue
Propagation is by seeds when fresh in the autumn.
By division in the spring.
Special features of Meadow Rue
Other uses of Meadow Rue
Grown for their divided foliage and fluffy flower heads. Does well at edges of woodland gardens.
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