Using ecology to restore land and water
Pasque flower is a petite perennial that is usually the very first wildflower to bloom on the prairie. The plant often emerges in March when there is still snow on the ground. The entire plant is covered with long, silky soft hairs for insulation from variable spring temperatures. The flower color can range from white to pale blue or purple. Pasque flower requires dry, well drained sandy soil to thrive.
full sun to partial sun
0.5 – 1 ft.
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