Pulsatilla vulgaris – pasqueflower seedhead, my garden


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Pasqueflowers (Pulsatilla vulgaris) are among that class of plants that look equally attractive once gone to seed. When backlit the seed heads appear to glow with an internal fire not unlike minature fireworks. Although they were once a common sight in Britain’s limestone and chalk grasslands, pasqueflowers are now rare in the wild – a casualty of the fertilisers used in intensive agriculture.

Eco Friendly greeting cards

A collection of greetings cards depicting landscapes of the Peak District National Park. Available as single cards or buy two of the same design and get the third free. For trade card orders at wholesale prices please get in contact for further details.