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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'


A lovely small spring flowering perennial.  It has amazingly fluffy leaves that apprear to be almost silver when young due to the fine silver grey hairs.  Beautiful white, bell shaped flowers appear in early spring and can continue for some time.  But the interest continues with the attractive, fluffy seed head.  It really is a furry wee plant, like it's blue sister 'Blaue Glocke'

  • Common Name

    Pasque Flower, Blue Clock, Bells Violet

  • Height and Spread

    0.20 x 0.20m

  • Cultivation

    Grow in full sun or part shade in well drained soil.  It will resent being disturbed too much, so once planted it is best left alone.

    Propagation is possible by taking root cuttings

  • Additional Information

    This lovely little spring flowering plant works well in containers, gravel gardens, coastal gardens or at the front of a herbaceous border.

    It is a bee friendly plant

  • Great For

    Containers, Alpine Gardens, Front of Border, Sunny spots, Flower Borders.  Loved by bees too

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