Hardy Plants

Pulsatilla montana

Type: Hardy perennial
Family: Ranunculaceae
Color: dark maroon-red to plum-lilac
Exposure: full to partial sun
Bloom Month: April-May
Height: 8-12”
Shape: clumps; shoots arising from persistent woody bases
Soil: Sandy loam; avoid winter wet
Moisture: moist, well drained
Origin: native to the N. hemisphere, dispersed across a wide swath of Europe, Asia, and N. America.
Hardiness Zone: zone 4
Propagation: From seed
Notes: Common name Mountain Pasque Flower; has a tap root

Alaska Rock Garden Society

The society has been very active in bringing well know speakers to the area. The group leads seed collecting trips to areas of alpine plants in Alaska.

Contact Information

Alaska Rock Garden Society

12001 Audubon Drive
Anchorage, AK 99516

Email: jrtinker@mtaonline.net

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