Eastern Pasqueflower (7 cubic inches)

Easter pasqueflower (Pulsatilla patens) grows from a cluster of deeply cut basal leaves rises a silky-hairy stalk with a solitary, blue to purple or white flower above a circle of 3 unstalked leaves with linear segments. The feathery, silky fruiting head is the distinctive feature of this western grassland species. The common name refers to the Eastertime flowering throughout much of its range.

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1 in stock

Additional information

Bloom Color

Blue to purple or white

Bloom Timing

April, May, June, July, August

Height at Maturity

2 feet


3 – 6 inches


Full Sun


Dry – Requires good drainage. May go dormant during drought.


Well-draining soils

Pollinator Friendly


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