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Pulsatilla - Pasque Flowers

Regarded as some of the greatest plants for colorful early spring flowers and ornamental fruit in the plant kingdom, Pulsatilla (Pasque Flowers) are clump-forming herbaceous perennials boasting bell-shaped or cup-shaped flowers in early spring, followed by equally attractive silky-plumed seed-heads. Their ferny, silky foliage remains attractive throughout the growing season. Enjoying a long season of interest, these low growing plants are suitable for rock gardens or the front of the perennial border. They combine well with spring-flowering bulbs and ground covers. They all require excellent drainage.

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Pulsatilla alpina (Alpine Pasque Flower)

Pulsatilla alpina (Alpine Pasque Flower) is a tufted perennial boasting upright or nodding, cup-shaped, solitary, white (sometimes blue or pink flushed) flowers, 2-3 in. across (4-6 cm), on short stems in spring and early summer. The attractive blossoms contrast beautifully with the luminous boss of golden yellow stamens.

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Pulsatilla halleri subsp. slavica (Slovak Pasque Flower)

Award-winning Pulsatilla halleri subsp. slavica (Slovak Pasque Flower) is a clump-forming perennial boasting large, erect, bell-shaped, deep violet-purple flowers, up to 3 in. across (8 cm), on short stems in early spring. The attractive blossoms contrast beautifully with the luminous boss of golden yellow stamens.

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Pulsatilla halleri subsp. taurica (Crimean Pasque Flower)

Pulsatilla halleri subsp. taurica (Crimean Pasque Flower) is a clump-forming perennial boasting fuzzy reddish-violet flowers on short stems in early spring. The attractive blossoms contrast beautifully with the luminous boss of golden yellow stamens. They are followed by equally ornamental, plume-like seedheads (resembling those of clematis) in fluffy spherical clusters.

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Pulsatilla patens (Eastern Pasque Flower)

Pulsatilla patens (Eastern Pasque Flower) is a clump-forming perennial boasting erect, bell-shaped, solitary, blue to purple or white flowers on short stems in early spring. This is one of the earliest herbaceous plants to bloom in the spring. Depending on location, it blooms from late March to early June.

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Pulsatilla rubra (Red Pasque Flower)

Pulsatilla rubra (Red Pasque Flower) is a clump-forming perennial boasting large bell-shaped dusky red flowers, 3 in. wide (6-8 cm), on short stems in early spring. The attractive blossoms contrast beautifully with the luminous boss of golden yellow stamens.

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Pulsatilla vernalis (Lady of the Snows)

The loveliest of dwarf Pasque Flowers, Pulsatilla vernalis (Lady of the Snows) is a semi-evergreen clump-forming perennial boasting somewhat nodding, open, cup-shaped, white flowers on short stems in early spring. They open, sometimes before the snow disappears, from densely hairy flower buds which appear in late winter.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba' (White Pasque Flower)

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba' (White Pasque Flower) is a clump-forming perennial boasting large, bell-shaped, pure white flowers, up to 3 in. across (8 cm), on short stems in early spring. The attractive blossoms contrast beautifully with the luminous boss of golden yellow stamens.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke' RED CLOCK (Red Pasque Flower)

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke' RED CLOCK (Red Pasque Flower) is a clump-forming perennial boasting large, bell-shaped, bright crimson red flowers on short stems in early spring. The attractive blossoms contrast beautifully with the luminous boss of golden yellow stamens.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris (Pasque Flower)

Award-winning Pulsatilla vulgaris (Pasque Flower) is a lovely early-blooming perennials, which bears a profusion of large, showy blossoms (2-3 in. wide or 5-7 cm) on short stems in early spring. A single plant may thrust over 30 blossoms over a couple of months!

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Pulsatilla vulgaris subsp. grandis (Greater Pasque Flower)

Pulsatilla vulgaris subsp. grandis (Greater Pasque Flower) is a clump-forming perennial boasting dense clusters of large purple flowers, up to 4 in. (9 cm), on short stems in early spring. The attractive blossoms contrast beautifully with the luminous boss of golden yellow stamens.

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