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Hepatica

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Hepatica is a Fast-Growing, Low Maintenance Perennial

Hepatica is also known as Hepatica acutiloba. It may also be referred to as liverwort or liverleaf. This plant is native to Asia, Europe, and the eastern part of North America. They will thrive best when planted in hardy planting zones 3-8. Hepatica is a fast-growing perennial and will succeed in moist soil types. These plants look great when planted in a natural area. These plants will require very little maintenance. They are very tolerant of alkaline limestone soils. They can often be found in shaded woodlands or full sun in grassland in their natural habitat. It will also thrive well in the sandy and clay-based soil as long as it has limestone properties. They will, however, need land that is moist and need some winter snow.

Hepatica grow Best in Partial Shade and Partial Sunlight in Most Soil

This perennial will grow to be½ to 1 foot when fully grown. It will grow best in areas that have partial shade and partial sunlight. This flower will look similar to the daisy when in bloom. The flowers can range in color. Typically they will be pink, purple, blue, or white. The stems of the plant are hairy. The foliage has a leather texture to it and usually is three-lobed. It will also stay on the plant throughout the winter months. It will look amazing when growing in gardens and natural areas. This plant can spread to be around a foot wide. These plants do good in regions that have rocky soils. They are also found growing in wooded areas. Hepatica is an early-blooming spring wildflower that grows 4 to 6 inches tall and lives in wooded areas. The violet-blue flowers appear atop hairy stems that shoot up from a cluster of 3 o five broad green leaves. Also called liverwort or liverleaf plant, Hepatica is a member of the Buttercup family.

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Hepatica, the flowers that you should have

 We see lots of flowers in our life, but almost all the time, we don't know the name of the flowers. If you found flowers in violet petals with white buds and yellowish center base in the middle of your sightseeing in grassland or woodland, then your fate brings you to see Hepatica! You can find this flower easily around Asia, the eastern part of North America, and Europe. This perennial is also known as Hepatica Acutiloba or liverleaf under the buttercup family. The word 'hepa' itself is based on the Greek word 'hepar' that means liver. It is called Hepatica or liverleaf due to its leaves resembling the liver. Hepatica is suitable for everyone who needs something calming and relaxing to fill their garden.

 If you want to see Hepatica bloom in your garden, you still have time for it. You can plan to plant these perennials right now and wait for them to bloom in early spring. One interesting thing that needs to be shared with you is that the foliage of the Hepatica can last throughout the winter. You can witness this flower grow up to ½ to 1 foot. Even though most Hepatica will bloom in violet color, it can bloom in white, pink, or blue. Imagine how pretty your garden would be if you planted lots of Hepatica there? It would be lovely. 

 Pretty things may need lots of maintenance. However, Hepatica is different. You don't need to become a planting specialist to take care of them. Newbies are very welcome here. When you take care of them in the best way, Hepatica will show you how extraordinary their blooming is. However there are some essential things that you should pay attention to. The first is the zone. Make sure you plant these perennials in zone 3 to 8. The second is the soil. Hepatica can grow very well in moist or rocky soil. The plus point is, this perennial has a high tolerance to limestone and alkaline soils. For the sunlight, this perennial loves to be in a partial stage. As long as it is in partial shade or partial sunlight, you don't have to worry about your Hepatica anymore. 

 Hepatica is one of the easiest perennials to maintain. Although it is easy, you must pay attention to the essential things to get the maximum result. This wildflower is adaptable in almost any condition. When you decide to plant this perennial, you are ready to sense new vibes in the garden. By planting and witnessing the blooming of Hepatica in your garden, you will realize that simplicity can bring you warmth and calm. No matter where the Hepatica is being planted and grown, whether it is in the small corner of your garden or the woodlands, it will bring joy to everyone who lays their eyes on them.      

Best Time to bloom: Early spring

Light:  Partial

Water:  Adequate watering

Soil: Moist and Rocky soil

Zone: 3-8

Height at maturity: half to 1 foot

Sun Exposure:   Partial sunlight, Partial Shade

Ship As: Bareroot

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Anemone hepatica Hardy Planting Zones- 3-9 Sun or Shade ??Partial Shade - Full Sun Mature Height - 4-6" Mature Width- 12-36" Bloom Season ??Spring (April-May) Gardener Status- Beginner
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1 Review

  • 5
    Beautiful

    Love the beautiful purples! So very bright

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