Anemone quinquefolia
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Hardiness Zone: 6-9 Height: 0.3-0.8 feet; 0.9-0.24 metres Spread: small rhizomatous clumps Sun: Part shade to shade Water: Medium Wildlife: Bees, flies and beetles feed on the pollen. Caterpillars of Owlet moths feed on the foliage. Bloom Colour: White to pinkish Tolerates: Drought; rabbits Culture: Performs best in a moist, well-drained, organic-rich soils in a partly shady location. Tolerates drought during its summer dormancy. It is a greedy plant, inhibiting the growth of nearby plants. Wear garden gloves when handling to prevent skin irritation. Noteworthy Characteristics: Anemone quinquefolia is an early spring wildflower which often forms sizable stands on woodland borders. A low, delicate plant with a single flower rising above its 3-lobed, deeply cut leaf whorl. All parts are poisonous if ingested. Garden Uses: Woodland garden; ground cover