Family: Ranunculaceae | Genus: ANEMONELLA thalictroides
type : Deciduous, Evergreen, Shrubs
sun exposure : Partial Shade, Full Shade
water : Regular Water
planting zones : US (Upper South) / Zone 6, MS (Middle South) / Zone 7, LS (Lower South) / Zone 8
Plant Details

Delicate woodland plant native to eastern North America. To 9 inches high and up to 1 feet wide, with finely divided leaves resembling those of meadow rue (Thalictrum). Loose clusters of inch-wide, white (usually) or pink flowers appear in early spring. Attractive for close-up viewing. Selection known as either 'Rosea Plena' or 'Schoaff's Double Pink' has long-lasting, fully double pink flowers like tiny roses. 'Cameo' has double white blooms. Those of 'Betty Blake' are double, light green. Deer resistant.

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