Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to Central Plains Gardener's April Checklist
Watch for early-blooming natives. We made it. Winter can be a magical and stunning season, but you know what? So can spring. One of the first flowers you might have coming up is the pasque flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris). This short wildflower is covered in insulating hair and can take the cold nights of April while perking up the warm afternoons with its soft hues.
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens added this to Great Native Plant: Pasque Flower
Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens)Common name: Pasque flowerOrigin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky MountainsUSDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Dry to very dry soilLight requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tallBenefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risersSeasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added showWhen to plant: Spring to fall

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jilluris added this to Garden Ideas
May 21, 2014
Pasqueflower
ggdrive added this to House Inspiration - Exterior - Plants
May 9, 2014
Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Pasque flower
Heather Bott Nielsen added this to landscape
February 28, 2014
the flower
rlhookham added this to rlhookham's Ideas
February 21, 2014
Pasqueflower flower - perennial for south side of house
Estudio Castaño added this to Plants/Trees
February 10, 2014
Pasque Flower (Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens)).
Denise added this to garden
February 9, 2014
color, early bloom, DRY soil , full sun
julzbirdies added this to Julz Landscape
January 15, 2014
Pasque Flower Blooms in April
klhannon added this to klhannon's Ideas
January 5, 2014
Pasqueflower
monishu added this to monishu's ideas
December 24, 2013
Backyard
4868 added this to Flower Gardens
September 12, 2013
Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains. USDA zones: 4 to 9 ;Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil; Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers; Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show. When to plant: Spring to fall.
chinad011 added this to chinad011's ideas
September 11, 2013
Color & little water requirement
kathey added this to kathey's Ideas
September 11, 2013
Pasque flower
Ginny Rees added this to General Interest
September 10, 2013
New variety for my garden
Sarah Parsell added this to Landscape Ideas
August 17, 2013
Pasque flower
flowermachen added this to seaside garden
July 25, 2013
Pasqueflower April bloom draught tolerant
artbyebert added this to plants i like
July 17, 2013
Anenome patens, pasque flower zone 3 draught tolerant shade ok native wisc to rockies
btplaczek added this to btplaczek's Ideas
July 9, 2013
Native flower, early bloom, dry soil. 50/50 sun
5littlekiddies added this to Outdoor Spaces
June 5, 2013
front entry
Chris Hale added this to chris_hale3698's Ideas
June 2, 2013
Lake flowers
Cory Bond added this to cory_bond's ideas
May 30, 2013
nice color
mnheath added this to mnheath's ideas
May 24, 2013
love this flower
Annie Thornton added this to bring wildlife
May 15, 2013
Pasque floweroffers insect nectar and pollen for early risers4 to 9Early bloomer
bonnieab added this to bonnieab's ideas
May 6, 2013
looks like crocus
05jaguar added this to 05jaguar's Ideas
May 5, 2013
Just would love this one
lthomas1215 added this to landscaping
April 30, 2013
Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show When to plant: Spring to fall
dorotar2011 added this to dorotar2011's Ideas
April 28, 2013
Pasquefloweer
twodrifters added this to landscaping
April 28, 2013
Pasqueflower or anemone patens. Dry soil, blooms in spring. Use on front bank.
mincha4 added this to outdoor facade
April 21, 2013
pasque flower native to texas anemone patens
Rodd added this to Rodd's Garden Ideas
April 15, 2013
Pasque Flower - Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show When to plant: Spring to fall
seasider added this to Outside spaces
April 14, 2013
Common name: Pasque flower
auburnlandscape added this to auburnlandscape's ideas
April 13, 2013
Garden flower 2013--Good because an early spring bloomer.
fantasiaoc added this to fantasiaoc's Ideas
April 10, 2013
Flower that blooms in April
Fleur Black added this to Garden
April 9, 2013
Pasque Flower
jpglynn added this to jpglynn outdoor landscape
April 9, 2013
another choice for front
pjphy added this to pjphy's ideas
April 9, 2013
Love the color!
pjgutknecht added this to pjgutknecht's Favorites
April 8, 2013
Pasqueflower for back perennial bed
deebabcock added this to deebabcock's Ideas
April 8, 2013
Anemone
allspice added this to allspice's ideas
April 8, 2013
good plant for backyard on west side
vicki666 added this to garden
April 8, 2013
native to wisconsin
lovelycliffmount added this to Garden
April 8, 2013
Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show When to plant: Spring to fall
weisslaura added this to Landscape/plants
April 8, 2013
Folks are always lamenting that they have few flowers both late in the growing season and early. Well, I can solve the latter with pasque flower, a clumping, slowly expanding native flower that's ahead of the game every April.
tuesdaywine added this to Gardening
April 8, 2013
Pasque flower
Gloria Mills added this to Native Midwest plants
April 8, 2013
I used to hunt for this flower in the S.D pasture in May. Lots of great memories!
christietoo added this to CH'S GARDENING IDEAS
April 8, 2013
Anemone Patens - Pasque flower zone 4-9
soshiny added this to soshiny's ideas
April 7, 2013
Pasque flower. Zone 4-9 Full sun to part shade. Morning flower and early spring bloom
elizbev added this to Gardening
April 7, 2013
Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show When to plant: Spring to fall
Marianne Green added this to Garden
April 7, 2013
Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show When to plant: Spring to fall
capkay added this to capkay's Ideas
April 7, 2013
Pretty
Leslie Dawson Int Design The Cupcake Garden added this to Gardens
April 7, 2013
Anemone patens, Pasque flower
ginalamberty added this to ginalamberty's ideas
April 7, 2013
Anemone patens - Pasque flower
lindarudd added this to self plant
April 7, 2013
dry soil
labard added this to plant recommendations
April 7, 2013
early bloomer, low water
rachelahf added this to rachelahf's ideas
April 7, 2013
Pasqueflower flower for early April
texasunk added this to Outdoors
April 7, 2013
Great Native Plant: Pasque Flower
laurenml23 added this to CB Garden
April 7, 2013
PASQUE FLOWER
laele added this to Garden
April 7, 2013
Front yard?
FatherAlex Kennedy added this to fatheralex_kennedy's ideas
April 7, 2013
Grows in dry areas.
lbsuss added this to lbsuss's Ideas
April 7, 2013
low watering
besscamp added this to besscamp's ideas
April 7, 2013
Pasque Flower
celestialnavigator added this to celestialnavigator's ideas
April 7, 2013
Pasque flower
bcfddf added this to bcfddf's ideas
April 7, 2013
plant
eclecticgoddess added this to eclecticgoddess's ideas
April 7, 2013
Anemone, good perrenial
jamramer added this to landscape
April 7, 2013
pasque flower
Paula Singer added this to Garden Choices
April 7, 2013
Pasque flower: like that it can withstand cold and heat and that it blooms for 2 weeks and then has puffy seed heads. Anemone patens or Pulsatilla patens
jinagudex added this to Exterior
April 7, 2013
Great dry soil option for the front berm
florenceg added this to florenceg's ideas
April 7, 2013
Pasqueflower
jabradle added this to Gardening
April 7, 2013
Pasqueflower dry soil clay. Zone 4-9
Donna Harvey added this to landscaping
April 7, 2013
Paasque flower
fsorochinsky added this to fsorochinsky's ideas
April 7, 2013
Check out Pasque Flower
sandeenroland added this to sandeenroland's Favorites
April 7, 2013
Garden
Elizabeth Baer added this to outdoor space
April 7, 2013
Early Spring bloom
claudiah added this to claudiah's ideas
April 7, 2013
Pasque Flower: Dry to very dry soil, full sun to half shade, slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall. Puffy seed heads after bloom. Perennial.
Pat Browne added this to Garden DIY ideas
April 7, 2013
Great flower, but not native to California. Are seeds available?
mitzi52 added this to mitzi52's ideas
April 6, 2013
like this
adripatt added this to yard
April 5, 2013
Pasque flower
Matt Barrett added this to Landscape Ideas
April 5, 2013
Flower
faircher added this to faircher's ideas
April 4, 2013
Have one. It is a great early bloomer and love the purple color.
moose109 added this to garden
April 4, 2013
great plant, slow growing clump
lindawadsworth added this to gardening
April 4, 2013
Pasque flower....must have!
msquis added this to msquis's ideas
April 4, 2013
Anemone patens (pasqua flower) really drought tolarant
schorin added this to family room
April 3, 2013
pasque flower a beautiful flower thats interseting in its furriness. can we use it?
ckw7135 added this to great plants!
April 3, 2013
Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show When to plant: Spring to fall
ketchumperna added this to ketchumperna's Ideas
April 3, 2013
Front of driveway
bwilson77 added this to bwilson77's ideas
April 3, 2013
Pasque flower
Pat Hager added this to pat_hager's ideas
April 3, 2013
Native flower
jehaller added this to garden
April 3, 2013
Botanical name: Anemone patens (syn. Pulsatilla patens) Common name: Pasque flower Origin: Native to the central and northern U.S. plains from Wisconsin, south to Nebraska and west, all the way up and down the Rocky Mountains USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Dry to very dry soil Light requirement: Full sun to 50 percent shade Mature size: Slowly spreading clump to about 1 foot wide and tall Benefits: Early bloomer, offers insect nectar and pollen for early risers Seasonal interest: Good two-week bloom period, then puffy seed heads for added show When to plant: Spring to fall
Jan Cramer added this to jan_cramer's Ideas
April 3, 2013
Køb
louisewallen added this to Nebraska April plantings
April 3, 2013
pasque flower (pulsatilla vulgaris). short wildflower - good for the cold nights of April while perking up the warm afternoons.
cgbtoo added this to cgbtoo's ideas
April 3, 2013
so pretty
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