Hepatica - Blooming Age Plants
- Anemone hepatica Hardy Planting Zones- 3-9 Sun or Shade – Partial Shade - Full Sun Mature Height - 4-6" Mature Width- 12-36"
Hepatica Plants - Hepatica Americana
The pink, blue or white blooms of the Hepatica show up in early spring. Stems with long, fine hairs are several inches long and hold individual flowers. The petals are sepals, and each flower can have six to twenty sepals. Hepatica plants will grow in clumps as they get older. The clumps can contain up to 30 flowers. The flowers last for several weeks. After they drop off, leaves the form at the base of the flowers. They are heart-shaped and have three lobes that turn dark green over winter. The plants grow well in shaded, organic soil.
Hepatica Plants requires little maintenance. Hepatica Plants are great to plant in rocky areas or can also be seen growing in wooded areas. This wildflower can grow great in moist soil conditions as long as they are well drained. Hepatica Plants will have gorgeous blooms and will add color to all gardens. The liverwort has a very similar look to a daisy. Because of its long rounded white petals and long green stem. In fact, probably the only difference between the two is that the liverwort is smaller and has a green middle. Liverwort flowers are lovely and delicate flowers. They would make a great attraction to for your yard. So buy some there impressive. Hepatica Plants are commonly referred to as Liverwort or Liverleaf. This plant is native the southern part of Canada and the US. This plant can be spread if the wind blows the seeds and then they regrow. This plant grows well in rocky soil or wooded slopes. It requires little maintenance. This plant has blue and white flowers in the early spring. Round Lobed Hepatica is often named Liverwort or Liverleaf and is Native to Southeastern Canada to the Southeastern United States.