Pasque flower is typically the first flower to grow in the Spring where it is native. Its furry leaves pop out in early April and its lavender flowers bloom shortly thereafter. This plant is difficult to grow from seed, so we tend to sell out quickly.
This plant is native to the Great Plains region in the Midwest with some extending natively down to New Mexico. However, this plant will survive in planting zones 3-6.
You will be purchasing a 3" plastic pot containing 1, well-rooted Pasque Flower plant with 1+ nodes of growth that was grown with love in Minnesota from seed. We will try and provide plants with multiple nodes, but it may vary depending on availability. Pictures on this listing are not perfectly representative to what you will be receiving, however, we will do our best to get you the healthiest plant possible.
|Sun Requirements:||Full to Partial Sun (4-6 hours+)|
|Water Requirements:||Medium to Dry Soil|
|Plant Spacing:||1 Foot|
|Plant Estimated Height at Maturity:||1 Foot|
|USDA Planting Zones:||3-6