Pulsatilla vulgaris

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This harbinger of spring originates from Central Europe and bears very elegant, bell-shaped flowers with luminous yellow stamens. It appears as soon as the temperatures rise. The flowers are the first to appear, the fine foliage follows later. However, Pulsatilla do not show their full splendour until they have reached their final destination in the garden. Where they last for many years and also show their enchanting, hairy, feathery seed-heads that remain on the plant for a while. Pre-cultivation in the field and the addition of calcium will ensure that the plants flower.

Pulsatilla vulgaris

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