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2 years to reach maturity
Pasque Flower Overview
Pulsatilla vulgaris is a pretty perennial species with many common names, it resides in the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae. Typically it grows to around 20cm tall, with a clumping habit and finely divided foliage. Leaves have a soft, silky texture when young, maturing to a firmer texture in older specimens. Flowers are either upright or nodding in habit and purple in colour, leading onto silky fruiting heads. Grows best in full sun and well-draining soil, this species would suit a rocky or alpine garden.
How to propagate Pasque Flower
Take root cuttings in the winter.
Special features of Pasque Flower
Other uses of Pasque Flower
Rock garden, border, wildflower/meadow, walls
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