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Rue Anemone Plants

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The Rue Anemone is the perfect addition to any garden looking for a spring bloomer. It produces pink or white flowers that offer up to eight elongated petals. This perennial is part of the Buttercup family and is native to the eastern region of the United States. Each of its stocks will grow upright and contain between one and six flowers.

Rue Anemone Plants are Spring Bloomers

Each flower will reach a width of up to one inch, and when fully matured, the entire flower will reach a height of between four and nine inches. This perennial produces a soft, bright appearance perfect for any excellent landscape design. This hardy type grows in various conditions and is well known to resist drought and severe disease or pest problems.

Rue Anemone Hummingbirds And Other Pollinators Love Rue Anemone

Known formally as Thalictrum Thalictroides and Anemonella Thalictroides, this wildflower's delicate appearance is further enhanced by its unusual pistil structure. It has a cluster of pollen-laced yellow pistils that invite various pollinators like bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies into your garden. It's commonly used for rock gardens, shady borders, and even secluded nooks to balance gentility and color.

Rue Anemone Goes Dormant In The Summer

Rue Anemone delights with upward-facing flowers and soft green foliage in the spring and goes completely dormant in the summer. This herbaceous perennial grows out of tuberous roots. Its stems take on a reddish-brown hue and are entirely hairless. Its serrated leaves will remain dark green and can get up to an inch and a half long. The leaves will grow out of the trifold basal leaves in a whorl.

The Rue Anemone Has Stunning Green Foliage

The leaf will have three leaflets, providing even more dark green foliage. Rue Anemone is not an aggressive grower, making it ideal for small gardens with a desired pop of color.