Anemonella thalictroides

A Summer dormant plant with a long-flowering season through Spring. White delicate and dainty blooms that are infrequently tinged pink are borne through Spring. A long flowering season and naturally grows in the wild on woodland slopes and ridges.

The name says it all

The genus name Anemonella basically translates to ‘little anemone’ because its flowers look like miniature windflowers, and the species name “thalictroides” is referring to the fact it looks like a thalictrum.
Originally described as Anemone thalictroides by Linnaeus in 1753, it was transferred to a new, monospecific genus, Anemonella, by Édouard Spach in 1839. Although it is very similar to plants in the genus Thalictrum,

Growing: Anemonella thalictroides

– Height with flowers: 20cm approx.
– Width: 20cm approx.
– Position: Partial Shade as well as Full Sun.
– Soil: Will tolerate a range of soil conditions but must be well drained.

– Fragrance: F
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Herbaceous Perennial
– Attracts: Bees as well as all types of beneficial pollinators.

– Care: Easy to grow and also very little maintenance required.
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: Left alone by deer and rabbit because they find the growth unpalatable.
– Origin: Native to North America.


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