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Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica

Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica is native to central and eastern Europe, as well as Norway, Denmark, and Bulgaria. It is a herbaceous perennial. It is part of the Ranunculaceae family of plants. They also call it the Pasque Flower or the Small Pasque Flower.

Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica
Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica

Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica flowers in spring. The hermaphrodite flowers are blackish-purple. They are bell-shaped, and the tepals have a reflexed tip. The foliage and the stems are hairy. It grows to a height of 30cm or 1ft.

How to grow Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica:

Grow Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica in the sun. Plant it in moist, fertile but well-drained. Protect them in the winter cold. Propagate from seed. The seeds should be sown close to the surface.

Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica
Pulsatilla pratensis subsp bohemica

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