Pulsatilla Vulgaris (Pasque Flower) This spring-flowering species produces crocus-like flowers covered in soft down, in shades of lilac to violet-purple. The attractive seed heads that follow are soft feathery tufts or plumes. Scatter these around, to encourage self-seeding to occur. A wonderful rock garden plant, with a long season of interest. Also useful for border edging or wildflower meadows, and plants will often naturalize in a delightful way. Drought tolerant, once established. Plants may be divided in early fall, if desired. 1 gal

Pasque Flower

$13.50Price
  • Full sun to part shade