A native of Europe, also known as meadow anemone, wind flower, wind anemone, and pulsatilla.
Stunning deep red goblet-shaped blooms, which appear from March to May, are followed by clouds of billowing seed heads. Pasque flowers are often found growing on ancient earthworks or at the edges of Roman roads and are often one of the first signs of spring. They're perfect for a sunny rock garden or alpine bed.
This plant likes to grow in clumps in rich woodland conditions. Give it full sun up north and partial shade farther south. It is a temperate climate plant, hardy from zone 5-8