Plants By Type
Hepatica is a plant that can be grown as a ground cover or a smaller plant, depending on the desire of the owner. It will thrive when planted in climate zones three through seven and will be just under six inches in height. It can spread up to a foot or more in the right growing conditions. This plant will prefer soils that are mildly acidic or neutral in their compositions and will love to be planted in a light shade environment. Its botanical name is Anemone Acutiloba. This plant will make beautiful ground covers for natural areas and also for retaining walls around a property. They supply amazing color as their blooms appear. They are great to attract beautiful butterflies to garden areas. These plants thrive when planted in acidic soils and can adapt to other types as well. These plants usually bloom in the middle of spring, and the blooms can last on into the summer months. These flowers are a bluish purple and will have six petals. They will also have tiny white stalks that come from the yellow middle of the flower. They are truly some of the best yet subtle flowers available on the market today. This is a great choice no matter where you need a plant because it takes little to no attention from the owner. It can grow and develop with ease with little attention and does not require a great deal of knowledge about gardening from the owner. It is great for beginners!