pasque flower

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Related to pasque flower: Pulsatilla vulgaris
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Noun1.Pasque flower - any plant of the genus Pulsatillapasque flower - any plant of the genus Pulsatilla; sometimes included in genus Anemone
wild flower, wildflower - wild or uncultivated flowering plant
genus Pulsatilla, Pulsatilla - includes a group of plants that in some classifications are included in the genus Anemone: pasqueflowers
American pasqueflower, American pulsatilla, Anemone ludoviciana, blue tulip, Eastern pasque flower, lion's beard, prairie anemone, Pulsatilla patens, wild crocus - short hairy perennial with early spring blue-violet or lilac flowers; North America and Siberia
Anemone pulsatilla, European pasqueflower, Pulsatilla vulgaris - European perennial having usually violet or white spring flowers
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It has extracts from natural ingredients such as Japanese Pepper, Korean Pasque Flower and Usnea Barbata.
Higher mean temperatures as associated with climate change can have a severe impact on plants and animals by disrupting their mutually beneficial relationship: The pasque flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris), for example, is very sensitive to rising temperatures by flowering earlier each year, whereas one of its major pollinators, a solitary bee species, does not quite keep pace by hatching earlier.
With seed heads as striking as its flowers, pasque flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris) is a must have in sunny rock gardens.
Annora Brown, Pasque Flower, 1958, watercolour and casein, Glenbow Museum, 58.45.20
Pulsatilla is also known as the pasque flower as it is usually in bloom around Easter but its flowering season isn't confined to one week.
The cool spring provided a long flowering season for spring flowers such as snowdrops, primrose and bluebell, while the rare pasque flower benefited from flowering before the grass started to grow.
In trials with potted rose, phlox, coreopsis, and pasque flower, the treatment killed or reduced the growth of annual bluegrass, common chickweed, creeping woodsorrel, and liverwort.