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Spring Mystery Plant

comments (6) September 24th, 2010 in gallery
BlueCat BlueCat, member
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Taken at Tower Hill Botanical Garden in Worcester, MA. Blooming along with Helleborus, so mid to late Spring. Very ferny leaf. The flower is a little like a clematis seed head.



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Chanel3 writes: Most definitely, I agree it's a Pasque flower. Love it! It gets bigger each year. Posted: 2:23 pm on January 24th
qcsgarden writes: LOVE this plant. Pasqueflower (pulsatilla). Posted: 1:16 pm on January 24th
RockportWildflower writes:
Pretty definitely Nigella - a GREAT long-lasting seedhead Posted: 12:27 pm on January 24th
bdommer writes: I believe this is Love in the Mist, or Nigella Posted: 10:05 am on January 24th
tatwood writes: What you are seeing are the seedheads of Pulsatilla. It is in the same family as clematis. When in flower, it looks like this and is available in several colors and forms:

www.kristamenzel.com/photos/2006-04-21/index.htm Posted: 8:29 am on January 24th
katie74 writes: it is pasque flower (Pulsatilla) Posted: 5:41 pm on September 24th
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