PULSATILLA SEEDS

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  1. PULSATILLA 'WEISSE SCHWAN'

    One of the rarest and most exquisite spring flowers, nodding, golden-eyed, creamy white goblets arise on felted stems from a veil of silky hairs amidst filigree fern-like leaves. This lovely German cultivar, literally "White Swan", will improve as it ages over the years. ... Learn More

    $3.71

  2. PULSATILLA ALBANA LUTEA

    This rare miniature pasque-flower has nodding flowers of soft primrose yellow, and after the flowers fade, the beautiful silvery plume-heads develop. Easily grown from seed which is scarce and difficult to collect. ... Learn More

    $4.93

  3. PULSATILLA ALPINA

    Found in the mountain ranges of central and southern Europe, from central Spain to Croatia, this desirable plant has beautiful, golden-eyed, pure white, silky flowers which are more upward-facing than most of the other species which generally have drooping flowers. They are produced very early, often opening whilst still under snow cover. ... Learn More

    $4.74

  4. PULSATILLA ALPINA APIIFOLIA

    Found in the mountain ranges of central and southern Europe from central Spain to Croatia, this fabulous flower has more upright flowers than other species of Pulsatilla, which generally have drooping flowers. They are yellow (compared with the more usual white). The flowers are produced very early, often opening while still under snow cover. ... Learn More

    $4.99

  5. PULSATILLA BUNGEANA

    A quotation from an acknowledged expert on this group of gorgeous flowers: " A very lovely dwarf Chinese pasque flower with the nearest-to-blue flowers I've seen in the group." This just about sums it up succinctly! ... Learn More

    $3.71

  6. PULSATILLA CAMPANELLA

    A rare and beautiful dwarf pulsatilla, which only produces a few, low, carrot-like tufts of foliage. If size is important this is not the one for you, as the flowers, which can vary from deep blue to white, are quite small, resembling hairy, pendent eggs, and which sometimes do not fully open, and when they do, the narrow petals make a neat star displaying the golden anthers. From remote high places in Asia including Turkey and the tundra of the Tian Shan. ... Learn More

    $5.06

  7. PULSATILLA DAHURICA

    This gorgeous, short, hairy perennial from China makes compact tufts of finely divided foliage with attractive sprays of blue-violet or lilac flowers in early spring. Totally hardy and very long-lived it makes a superb complement to any rock garden. ... Learn More

    $4.29

  8. PULSATILLA 'FRINGED FORMS'

    A new and outstandingly beautiful form of pulsatilla. Double and semi-double flowers consisting of numerous quilled and finely-cut petals, mostly in red and purple, but including a few whites and pinks. ... Learn More

    $3.14

  9. PULSATILLA GEORGICA

    Compact clumps of rich plum velvety flowers, white inside and smaller than usual, but in greater numbers, and backed with fine white hairs, open in profuse, nodding clumps in spring. This rare but easy alpine plant is perfect for the rockery. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  10. PULSATILLA HALLERI

    One of the rarest and most exquisite spring flowers. Sumptuous nodding lavender goblets arise on felted stems from a veil of silky hairs amidst filigree fern-like leaves. An utterly hardy and reliable plant which will improve as it ages over the years! ... Learn More

    $3.65

  11. PULSATILLA HALLERI SLAVICA

    Making intense rose to pale lilac blue flower cups followed by silvery-feathered leaves, this rare native inhabits sub alpine meadows and open spots in mountainous forests in the western Carpathian Mountains. The flower cups rarely open fully, resembling fluffy pigeons eggs, adding to the graceful lines of the flower clump. In cultivation it does best in any rich, sandy, very well drained, preferably rocky soil in full sun. In the wild it is endemic to Poland and Slovakia. In Poland, it is found only in the Koryciska Wielkie gorge in the Western Tatra Mountains (Kalinka and Nowak 2004). ... Learn More

    $3.71

  12. PULSATILLA MONTANA

    Exceptionally beautiful, dark maroon-red to plum-lilac flowers, open with masses of large, flared, up-facing, short-stemmed flowers, which almost obscure the foliage in early spring, and are followed by ornamental fluffy seed heads as with most other Pulsatillas. These unusual plants are native to rocky meadows in the Alps and are very easily cultivated in any rich, sandy, well-drained soil. ... Learn More

    $3.78

  13. PULSATILLA PRATENSIS NIGRICANS

    Dark-purple, sometimes almost black, pendulous, inflated, puckered bell-like flowers are held above finely divided, thread-like leaves which are densely covered with silvery hairs. Being one of four sub-species of the genus Pulsatilla, this unusual and scarce plant is native to central and eastern Europe, south east Norway, western Denmark, and south east to Bulgaria. ... Learn More

    $4.48

  14. PULSATILLA TURCZANINOVII

    Showy, pure, dark ink-blue nodding flowers open in early spring before the silvery, feathery leaves unfold. This is possibly the deepest and darkest flower of all pulsatillas, and in the wild is native to mountainous meadows from Siberia to E Asia. In cultivation it will do best in any rich, sandy, very well drained, preferably rocky soil. ... Learn More

    $4.61

  15. PULSATILLA VERNALIS

    These exquisite plants are semi-evergreen perennials, forming clumps of finely dissected leaves, with solitary, hairy, cup-shaped white flowers with petals delicately shaded purple on reverse, nodding in bud, later upward-facing, followed by silky-plumed seed-heads. These rare seeds are from the true species. ... Learn More

    $5.44

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