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The flowers of Sharp-Lobed Hepatica bloom earlier than most spring-blooming wildflowers of woodlands. They are delicately attractive and have a tendency to blow about on their slender stems in the wind.
This herbaceous perennial plant. It consists of a tuft of basal leaves. Each leaf is palmately divided into 3 lobes; the lobes are oval-ovate and approximately the same size. The upper surface is more green during the summer, but become reddish brown during the winter. A mature plant will produce a tuft of flowers on long stalks during early to mid-spring.
Common name(s): Sharp-lobed hepatica, heart liverleaf, sharp-lobed liverwort, spring beauty, may-flower
Flower colours: Violet to white, sometimes pinkish
Bloom time: Early to mid-spring
Max reachable height: 0.50 to 0.75 feet
Difficulty to grow: Easy to grow
Planting and care
The preference is dappled sunlight during the spring and light shade during the summer. The basal leaves should be left undisturbed during the winter. The soil should be well-drained, loamy, and can contain some rocky material, including pieces of limestone; a thin-layer of decaying leaves is also beneficial.
Sunlight: Part shade
Soil: Loamy, well-drained soil
Temperature: 21 and 11 degrees C
Fertilizer: Use any organic fertilizer.
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
Ornamental use: The plant is used for an ornamental purpose. Its generally keep indoor in a living room and in terrace area.