pasque flower

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The scientists were particularly interested in how different temperatures in winter and spring affect the hatching time of the European orchard bee (Osmia cornuta) and of the red mason bee (Osmia bicornis) as well as the onset of flowering in the pasque flower.
The main flowers to be found include tulip, pasque flower, summer snowflake, dwarf iris, osmanthus, clematis, lily of the valley, snake's head fritillary, Lily of the Valley - and Pieris 'Forest Flame'.
Pulsatilla (Pasque Flower) These pretty perennials are particularly good rockery plants which die down for winter, pushing up new crops of finely divided, silky leaves and buds in spring.
Some examples you're likely to encounter are lily of the valley, pasque flower and monkseed.
Seeds that benefit from such quick planting include pasque flower, columbine and marsh marigold.
1994]), commonly known as pasque flower or anemone, is a member of the Ranunculaceae.
APRI* The warmest April on record saw masses of bluebells and spring blossom, but a poor year for the rare pasque flower due to the dry conditions.
PULSATILLA or Pasque flower is a good choice for an alpine scree or gravel garden and can be grown in pots on a sunny patio.
In trials with potted rose, phlox, coreopsis and pasque flower, the treatment killed or reduced the growth of annual bluegrass, common chickweed, creeping woodsorrel and liverwort.
For us in the minority, the opportunity to see geese is more important than tele- vision, and the chance to see a pasque flower is a right as inalienable as free speech." - Aldo Leopold