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. This is a fast-growing perennial and will succeed in moist soil types. These plants look great when planted in a natural area. These plant will require very little maintenance. They are very tolerant of alkaline limestone soils. In their natural habitat, they can often be found in shaded woodlands or in grassland that is in full sun. 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 the 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.