- Flower nameAnemonella thalictroides
- Scientific nameAnemonella thalictroides
- Aliasバイカカラマツソウ, 梅花唐松
- Place of originnortheastern North America
- Place of floweringGarden, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonMarch, April, August
What is Anemonella thalictroides
Anemonella thalictroides (scientific name: Anemonella thalictroides) is a perennial, bulbous plant native to northeastern North America in the family Ranunculaceae. In its native region, it grows wild on wood floors in forested areas. It is a small wildflower, 15 to 20 cm in height. The leaves are rhizomatous, twice or thrice compound, and the lobes are circular with three lobes at the tip. In spring, it produces sporadic inflorescences with one to six pink, white, or light purple flowers (actually calyxes). The flowers resemble larch, and are cup-shaped with five to six petals (sepals), similar to anemones. The genus name "Anemonella" is derived from "Anemos," meaning anemone (wind), and the species name "thalictroides" is based on its similarity to the larch Thalictrum. Thalictrum aquilegifolium var. intermedium (scientific name) belongs to the family Ranunculaceae, so it is a flower of a different genus.
Common name: Anemonella thalictroides, scientific name: Anemonella thalictroides, origin: native to northeastern North America, habitat distribution: forests of the United States, environment: tree beds, life form: perennial （Flowering season: April to May, Flower diameter: 2 to 3 cm, Flower color: peach, white, light purple, Blooming habit: single, double, thousand flowers, Usage: garden plant, potted plant.