A refined shade plant that would grace any plant connoisseur's garden yet is perfectly happy to hang with us average Joes. Leaves evoking Anemone and pendant flowers combining pastels and lavenders in an understated parasol of exquisite design and dimension. A plant wasted on the masses so let's keep it to ourselves. It has been pleasingly tough and durable in our shade garden.
The nodding, waxy, lavender to pink flowers begin to appear in the beginning of August and can often last until September. The long, dark stems remain upright and hold the 1½- inch cup-shaped flowers that open in loose racemes. Anemonopsis macrophylla often falls under the “love at first