A delicate woodland anemone, up to 30 cm tall. The white flowers, smaller than those of Anemone canadensis, will appear in early spring, at the same time with Trillium, Uvularia, and trout-lily, with whom combines beautifuly. Very useful as a groundcover under mature trees for the spring display; the flower buds appear pink and will open to white. dainty flowers when reached by sunlight. If happy, in time it will develop large patches; becomes dormant by mid-summer.
Germination: like for many other ephemerals, seeds need to be sown fresh or stored moist, and require a cycle of warm-cold, moist stratification. They’ll germinate in the next warm cycle, that is in the spring if sowed in the fall. Seeds kept for the moist/cold period in the fridge will start to germinate December-early January (last date for shipping).