Anemone pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke'
Also called Flower of Easter
More About Anemone pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke'
- AKA Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke'
- Deep ruby-red flowers
- Mature plants will produce 30 or more blooms over two months
- Flowers finish and leave behind fuzzy seed heads, resembling those of clematis
- Fern-like silver-green foliage
- Bloom Time: Early to mid-spring
Anemone pulsatilla earns its common name "Pasque flower" for blooming reliably around Easter.
Pasque Flower Growing and Maintenance Tips
Anemone cultivars tolerate a wide range of soil conditions. They thrive in full sun to partial shade and are drought tolerant. After flowering, do not remove or cut back the seed heads as they offer ongoing unique appeal. In gardens with no mulch, Anemone pulsatilla will self-seed, but are not considered invasive. Easy to grow perennial.
Anemone pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke' Characteristics
Average to Dry Soils
Moist to Average
Flowering TimeEarly Spring