Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Commonly known as Pasqueflower, Pulsatilla vulgaris has a clump-forming habit. Finely dissected silvery-green feathery foliage creates a clump beneath the blousy nodding blooms during early spring.
Commonly known as the White Pasqueflower, this spring flowering perennial has large, pure white, nodding bell-like flower heads which are held above a mound of finely divided, fern-like foliage.
'Blaue Glocke' is a wonderful form of the Pasqueflower. The finely divided hairy foliage is grey-green, during early spring large bell-shaped lilac flowers burst onto the scene.
'Rode Klokke' is a stunning red form of the Pasqueflower. Nodding, crimson red flowers bloom during early spring over finely dissected silvery-green foliage.