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ORNAMENTAL PLANTS OF HORTICULTURE VALUE

Selection of perennials

Paraguilegia J. Drumm. & Hutch.
Paraguilegia
Ranunculaceae

A small genus of 4 species in Central Asia.

P. anemonoides (Willd.) Ulbr.

Siberia (southern regions), Central Asia (Pamiro Alay, Tien Shan), Iran, northern China and India. In forest, subalpine and alpine zones. On cliffs, on rocky slopes.

Taprooted plant with rhizomes, loosely caespitose. Scape 25 cm long. Leaves with long (15 cm) petioles and blades 2-3 ternately divided. Flowers light lilac or white, large (3-4 cm in diam), 1 - 3 per stem. V - early spring to mid autumn. Fl - June. Fr - August. P - by seed. Reguires sunny position (eastern sun) and well-drained soil. Very good for the rock garden. Z 5 (4).

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