Pulsatilla vulgaris

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Synonyms for Pulsatilla vulgaris

European perennial having usually violet or white spring flowers

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The best-known species, Pulsatilla vulgaris (pictured), still grows wild in a few places in Britain.
Pulsatilla vulgaris is often known as the Pasque flower, but I love another of its old names, Laughing Parsley.
THE common name for Pulsatilla vulgaris is Pasque Flower, which is French for Easter - the time of year when the heavy and drooping cupshaped flowers, which are around 2in across and densely covered with white silky hairs that look like an old man's beard, emerge on 8in stems.
Another winter gem is the Pasque flower, Pulsatilla vulgaris.