Round-lobed hepatica (Anemone [formerly Hepatica] americana) is a classic woodland wildflower, forming low clumps of three-lobed, evergreen leaves accented with purple-blue (or pinkish or white) flowers in early to mid-spring. Height in leaf and bloom is about 6 inches
Reportedly hardy in Zones 3 to 8, round-lobed hepatica is native to much of eastern North America and grows wild here at Hayefield in Bucks County, PA. It’s possible that the plants I collected these seeds from might have crossed with the also-native sharp-lobed hepatica (Anemone [Hepatica] acutiloba), which grows here too.
Sold out for 2021; may be available again in May 2022. I collected these seeds on May 13, 2021. As it is very difficult to catch them at the right time, I have only one packet available; it will contain at least 20 seeds.
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