Questions on: Pasque
Ron Smith, Horticulturist, NDSU Extension Service
Q. Do you know where one can purchase pasque flower plants so that they can be grown in a perennial flower garden? I have never seen them in flower/vegetable catalogs such as Guerney-Jungs-Michigan Bulb Park. If you have any help or suggestions other than trying to find them in the prairie, I would appreciate it.
A. You would probably have better luck getting the pasque flower from a bulb speciality company. They are known botanically as Anemone pulsatilla. This may help you locate them better. I found some in an old Van Dyek's flower catalogcontact them at P.O. Box 430, Brightwaters, NY 11718-0430. Thanks for writing.
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