Enemion biternatum (False rue anemone)


Type: Forb

Area: Prairie

Height: 6″

Bloom Months: April, May, June

Color: White

Sun: shade

Moisture: medium to medium wet

Soil: Clay, Loam and Sand

Host: None

Attracts/Benefits: Halictid bees, Andrenid bees, honeybees, Syrphid flies, and other flies. The bees collect pollen, while the flies feed on pollen.

Photo credit: Prairie Moon Nursery, Sharon Yiesla

18 in stock

SKU: 781 Category:


Description from Prairie Moon Nursery:  False Rue Anemone is similar in appearance to Anemone quinequefolia (Wood Anemone) and Rue Anemone (Anemonella thalictroides) which has pink blooms.  All are delicate woodland plants in jeopardy of being taken over by the highly invasive Garlic Mustard, found in the same spring woodland habitats.  False Rue Anemone dies back in mid-summer making it a true spring ephemeral..  Also called Enemion biternatum.

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