Photos: Pulsatilla

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

These guys are called pulsatilla.

"The homeopathic medicine Pulsatilla nigricans, usually just referred to as Pulsatilla, is made from the whole meadow anemone, also known as the pasqueflower or windflower. This per­ennial plant is a member of the Ranun­culaceae or buttercup family. It grows in clumps on sandy well­ drained soil in sunny meadows, pastures and fields. It is soft and beautiful with pendulous bell­ shaped flowers, purple petals and a gold heart."

--British homeopathic association


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