The Plants Database includes the following 5 species of Enemion . Rue anemone grows best in partial shade and sandy soil.

Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Ordered to stay in my native wildflower garden. The leaves are compound, 2 to 3 times 3-parted with slender stalks. It tolerates full shade, dry soil, … It is mainly pollinated by insects and likely germinates in the fall. Enemion biternatum eastern false rue anemone Enemion hallii Willamette false rue anemone Enemion occidentale western false rue anemone Enemion savilei Queen Charlotte … – false rue anemone Subordinate Taxa. We welcome your feedback Please take this survey to help shape Flickr's future and enter into a raffle for one $200 Amazon gift card. False rue-anemone blankets the ground from early to mid-spring with masses of five-petaled white blossoms borne above bright green, deeply cut foliage. Enemion Raf.

False Rue-anemone flowers from April to early May and bears fruit from May to June. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. False Rue Anemone is a native erect perennial forb growing 4 to 16 inches high on slender, smooth, greenish to reddish-green stems with sparse branching. False rue anemone definition is - a slender white-flowered herb (Isopyrum biternatum) of the family Ranunculaceae of eastern North America closely resembling meadow rue. Jason and a group of excellent botanists joined me on the property, and while it rained on and off throughout the day, I could not find it in me to complain about the weather. False Rue-anemone is pollinated by a variety of insects, but the rate of visitation is low since the species does not produce nectar.

Reaching only 4-6″ tall, it spreads to form large masses, preferring filtered to partial shade in moist, organic, well-drained, and slightly alkaline soils. Enemion biternatum (false rue-anemone) is often mistaken for this plant. Wind also plays a role in seed dispersal. False Rue Anemone He got his chance a couple of days ago on a warm, rainy spring day.