Rue Anemone, Thalictrum Thalictroides is a Spring blooming perennial in the buttercup family. The Rue Anemone will rebloom year after year without having to be replanted. It is famous for its pink and white blooming flowers. This plant ships bare root year round.
This plant is a perennial flower that is native to eastern North America. It can be commonly found in woodland areas but makes a beautiful addition to cool landscape designs. This perennial flower blooms in the spring months and the flowers can be pink or white. Flowers emerge off of a stalk. Its stalk can have 1 to 6 flowers on it. The average flower size can reach up to an inch in width. The rue anemone plant grows to be 3 to 4 inches in height when fully mature. These beautiful flowers have a very soft looking appearance and can brighten up any shaded landscape that needs a pop of spring-time color. Rue Anemone grows best in USDA zones 4-8.
The Rue Anemone is a flowering plant native to eastern North America.
This plant is perennial, meaning it can survive more than five years before it needs to be replaced. Growing this plant in its native area has no negative impact on the local ecosystem or wildlife. Enemion biternatum (false rue-anemone) is often mistaken for this plant.
Rue anemone grows best in partial shade and sandy soil. It tolerates full shade, dry soil, drought, and has no severe disease or pest problems. This plant can grow 6 to 9 inches (15 to 20 centimeters) in height and width.
Rue Anemone are small but lovely. Ships as bare root bulbs...