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(Blue Star Grecian Windflower, Grecian Windflower)

Grecian windflower is a diminutive spring ephemeral from southeastern Europe. The cultivar 'Blue Star' bears cheerful hyacinth-blue flowers in early spring. Perched on compact stems above triads of ferny, three-parted leaves, the solitary, daisy-like blooms open wide in bright sun to reveal a prominent white eye and yellow anthers. Soon after bloom plants die back to black tuberous rhizomes that spread to form clumps. Self-sowing often occurs.

This wind-tolerant perennial is great for naturalizing...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Charmer Grecian Windflower, Grecian Windflower)

Grecian windflower is a diminutive spring ephemeral from southeastern Europe. The cultivar 'Charmer' bears daisy-like, deep rosy-pink flowers in early spring. Perched on compact stems above triads of ferny, three-parted leaves, the solitary blooms open wide in bright sun to reveal a prominent white eye and yellow anthers. Soon after bloom plants die back to black tuberous rhizomes that spread to form clumps. Self-sowing often occurs.

This wind-tolerant perennial is great for naturalizing in open...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Grecian Windflower, Pink Star Grecian Windflower)

Grecian windflower is a diminutive spring ephemeral from southeastern Europe. The cultivar 'Pink Star' bears cheerful, light pink flowers in early spring. Perched on compact stems above triads of ferny, three-parted leaves, the solitary, daisy-like blooms open wide in bright sun to reveal a prominent white eye and yellow anthers. Soon after bloom plants die back to black tuberous rhizomes that spread to form clumps. Self-sowing often occurs.

This wind-tolerant perennial is great for naturalizing...

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Jesse Saylor

(Grecian Windflower, Radar Grecian Windflower)

Grecian windflower is a diminutive spring ephemeral from southeastern Europe. The cultivar 'Radar' bears showy magenta flowers in early spring. Perched on compact stems above triads of ferny, three-parted leaves, the solitary, daisy-like blooms open wide in bright sun to reveal a prominent white eye and yellow anthers. Soon after bloom plants die back to black tuberous rhizomes that spread to form clumps. Self-sowing often occurs.

This wind-tolerant perennial is great for naturalizing in open...

(Grecian Windflower, Violet Star Grecian Windflower)

Grecian windflower is a diminutive spring ephemeral from southeastern Europe. The cultivar 'Violet Star' bears cheerful, amethyst-violet flowers in early spring. Perched on compact stems above triads of ferny, three-parted leaves, the solitary, daisy-like blooms open wide in bright sun to reveal a prominent white eye and yellow anthers. Soon after bloom plants die back to black tuberous rhizomes that spread to form clumps. Self-sowing often occurs.

This wind-tolerant perennial is great for naturalizing...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Grecian Windflower, White Splendor Grecian Windflower)

Grecian windflower is a diminutive spring ephemeral from southeastern Europe. The cultivar 'White Splendour' bears snowy flowers with pink-tinged exteriors in early spring. Perched on compact stems above triads of ferny, three-parted leaves, the solitary, daisy-like blooms open wide in bright sun to reveal a boss of yellow anthers. Soon after bloom plants die back to black tuberous rhizomes that spread to form clumps. Self-sowing often occurs.

This wind-tolerant perennial is great for naturalizing...

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Jesse Saylor

(Grecian Windflower, Star Grecian Windflower)

Grecian windflower is a diminutive spring ephemeral from southeastern Europe. Cultivars in the Star series bear cheerful pink, blue, or violet flowers in early spring. Perched on compact stems above triads of slightly hairy, three-parted leaves, the solitary, daisy-like blooms open wide in bright sun to reveal a prominent white eye and yellow anthers. Soon after bloom plants die back to black tuberous rhizomes that spread to form clumps. Self-sowing often occurs.

These wind-tolerant perennials...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Crown Windflower, Lilies-of-the-Field, Poppy-flowered Anemone)

Native to the Mediterranean, this tender, often short-lived perennial bears showy, poppy-like flowers in late winter, early spring, or a few months after its bumpy tubers are planted. Poised on slender stalks above clumps of divided, ferny leaves, the solitary flowers have five to eight scarlet, blue, pink, white, or multicolored segments with a large, usually dark central disc. Often planted at intervals to provide continual year-round bloom in greenhouses or mild climates, poppy-flowered anemone...

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James H. Schutte

(Crown Windflower, The Admiral Crown Windflower)

Native to the Mediterranean, poppy-flowered anemone is a tender, often short-lived perennial with showy flowers in late winter, early spring, or a few months after its bumpy tubers are planted. Introduced before 1927, the cultivar 'Admiral' has deep violet, semi-double flowers with three rows of "petals." Borne on calf-high stems above clumps of divided, ferny leaves, the solitary, poppy-like blooms have a large, dark central disk. Often planted at intervals to provide continual year-round bloom...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Crown Windflower)

Native to the Mediterranean, poppy-flowered anemone is a tender, often short-lived perennial with showy flowers in late winter, early spring, or a few months after its bumpy tubers are planted. Introduced about 1870, the cultivar 'Bride' has large, single white flowers with 5 to 8 segments. Borne on calf-high stems above clumps of divided, ferny leaves, the solitary, poppy-like blooms have a large green central disk. Often planted at intervals to provide continual year-round bloom in greenhouses...