Hepatica acutiloba - Plant
Description for Hepatica acutiloba
This spring-flowering woodland perennial is native to the Eastern part of North America. The plant forms a low clump of leathery leaves divided into three lobes. Small cup-shaped blooms appear almost daisy-like, with petal-like bracts ranging in shade from pale pink or lavender to white.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Sharp-lobed hepatica, heart liverleaf, sharp-lobed liverwort, spring beauty, may-flower||Light Pink, Mauve/Lilac, Mixed White||March||0.50 to 0.75 feet||Easy to grow|
Planting and care
Hepatica grows well in partial shade to full shade and is an excellent specimen plant under and around trees, or woodland settings. This plant thrives in well-drained soil, but also tolerates damp soil in low-lying areas. Few plants can tolerate heavy soils as liverleaf hepatica can.
|Part shade||Partial Shade or Full Shade||Medium||21.2 and 11.1Â°C;||organic|
Caring for Hepatica acutiloba
- Once planted, additional hepatica plant care is rarely needed, especially if suitable hepatica growing conditions have been provided.You may divide the clumps of plants that multiply after the blooms have ceased to propagate them and add to another area in your garden.
Typical uses of Hepatica acutiloba
Special features: special_feature is found in many colors Light Pink,Mauve/Lilac,MixedWhite
Ornamental use: The plant is used for ornamental purpose. Its generally kep indoor in living room and in terrac area.