This looks great planted around the garage.
These are so remarkable. Got a lot of compliments on them. Very easy to grow and care for.
The blooms on this plant are very unique and beautiful.
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Rue Anemone- Thalictrum Thalictroides is a Delicate Woodland Perennial
Rue-anemone is a delicate woodland perennial growing up to 9 inches tall. An excellent, early spring wildflower for the woodland, native plant or wild gardens. It is similar to Wood Anemone (Anemone quinquefolia).
Flowers appear in loose clusters above the three-lobed leaves, each flower having its own stem. White flowers with 5-10 petal-like sepals (usually 5) and numerous greenish-yellow stamens. A long-blooming spring flower with a delicate, dainty appearance.
Blooms mid- to late spring for about 3 weeks. Each flower is replaced by a cluster of 4-15 achenes. Inside each achene, there is a single seed. This wildflower spreads by reseeding itself.
Rue Anemone Thrive in the Wild on Wooded Slopes and Ridges
The fruits are achenes, which are fruits that hold only one seed. The rue anemone's achene darkens as it ripens. Division, seeds or cuttings should propagate the rue anemone from the roots. The seeds should be sowed outdoors in the fall. Typically grows in the wild on wooded slopes and ridges. The plant becomes dormant in summer. Synonymous with Anemonella thalictroides. Genus name comes from the Greek word thalictrum which was a name used by Dioscorides to describe a plant in this genus.
Sun Exposure: Partial sun, partial shade
Hardiness Zones: Three to 10
Mature Height: Nine inches
Spread: 6 inches
Spacing: 6 inches
Growth Rate: Fast
Flowering Time: Early spring
How Long It Flowers: 1-3 weeks
Flower Color: White with a pinkish blush or pink
Soil Requirements: Loose, loamy, somewhat dry but fertile soil
Rue Anemone (Thalictrum thalictroides) (Windflower)
Rue Anemone is a beautiful yet delicate plant which is native to the Eastern half of the United States and Canada.
A beautiful addition to any woodland or partially to fully shaded rock garden, the Rue Anemone grows to an average height of 9-11 inches and has many slender stems filled with rich, dark green, three-lobed leaves. A dainty white flower tops each stem with a petal arrangement that looks oddly like upturned umbrella ribs.
When in full bloom, the flowers stand out in patches resembling a bouquet that is ready to be picked and would look lovely as part of a table centerpiece at a spring wedding or shower party.
Rue Anemone is also an ideal plant to establish in any wild, natural, or pollinator-friendly garden because it is an easy to grow perennial that is tolerant of both drought and dry, sandy soil conditions.
Blooming throughout the spring, the bright white to slightly pink flowers are a great source of early food for local pollinators which in turn help the entire garden grow and thrive.
Rue Anemone grows best in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 4-8 and prefers lightweight, brownish-black, humus to partially sandy soil with high nutrient content.