Wordless Wednesday 1st April 2009 Pasque Flower

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  1. Joy says:

    Hi there PG .. I can’t wait to see mine this Spring .. they are such unusual “hairy” flowers aren’t they ? I have a red cultivar and they do stand out in a crowd : )

  2. VP says:

    Very nice – mine are still putting out leaves like mad!

  3. I love the pasque flower, but have never tried it. Beautiful!
    Cameron

  4. patientgardener says:

    Joy – I have some little red ones but they are too small to flower this year so I will have to wait until next year

    VP – mine is fairly protected in an old sink but I will have to move it soon as we are about to do some major remodelling in the garden

    Cameron – its easy. Mine is in an old belfast sink which has very good draining – lots of grit mixed in with the compost and a grit mulch. I just leave it to its own devices. The seedheads look great as well

  5. Carrie says:

    Ah, I just credited ‘An Artists Garden’ with the whole Wordless Wednesday thing – as i stole the idea today; i feel crap and can’t be bothered blogging. So, umm, sorry if you are the original maker-upper of this thread. I like your site and have it as a fave etc, (grovel for forgveness….) xx

  6. Anna says:

    Have never come across one that I don’t like and yours is such a beautiful colour !

  7. easygardener says:

    I’ve got a red one but I must get the purple and white ones too. They are such attractive flowers and the silky foliage is a bonus.

  8. Racquel says:

    She’s a beauty!

  9. James says:

    Very lovely Pulsatilla. Very dangerous if you start eating them though: try to resist the temptation!

  10. Sue says:

    I just found out they’re poisonous today. I love pasque flowers! I haves ome pics of mine to post when I get to it.

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