7 responses to “Anemone patens var. multifida”

  1. Beverley

    Anemone patens var. multifida – Z4, RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths

  2. Brent Hine

    Great photo, Nick and lovely view of the BC Peace country in the background. Another proof that the loveliest gardens are those which are nature-made!

  3. Daniel Mosquin

    This is another instance where the Index of Garden Plants is off. Prairie crocuses grow at a minimum to zone 2, considering their native distribution.

  4. cynco22

    This is one of the most beautiful photos I have
    ever seen and I thank the photographer and Daniel
    for this site.
    Cynthia~~~

  5. Michael F

    I’m far from convinced that including Pulsatilla in Anemone makes good sense – Pulsatilla looks to be a good genus, and even more so ditto for Hepatica.
    If Anemone without these is paraphyletic, then it would make more sense to split it up into several smaller genera that are monophyletic – certainly A. nemorosa (which I presume is the type species of the genus) and e.g. A. hupehensis don’t sit well together in one genus.

  6. Jen Cody

    The prairie crocus photo was so beautiful! I do have a soft spot for those anemones!
    Jen COdy

  7. Kat Ormay

    Beautiful photo. I’d like someone to explain to me the difference between Anemone patens and Pulsatilla grandis which is a native flower in Europe. They look so much alike, and both are blooming in the spring. Thank you in advance.
    Kat

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