Anemone berlandieri

(Ten-petal Anemone)


Anemone berlandieri, Old Lampasas Trail, Austin, Travis Co. 1656


Anemone berlandieri, Pace Bend Park, Travis Co. 2811


Anemone berlandieri, McKinney Falls State Park, Travis Co. 3105


Anemone berlandieri, Pace Bend Park, Travis Co. 0395


Anemone berlandieri, Pace Bend Park, Travis Co. 2866

Scientific Name Anemone berlandieri (Anemone heterophylla) USDA PLANTS Symbol ANBE
Common Name Ten-petal Anemone, Windflower ITIS Taxonomic Serial No. 18435
Family Ranunculaceae (Buttercup) SEINet
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Description Habitat: Open hillsides, grassy areas.
Plant: Low, erect unbranched perennial 4 to 16 inches tall.
Leaves: Mostly basal with blade divided into three leaflets, each 1/2 to 1-3/8 inches long, toothed; a whorl of leaves present on stem.
Inflorescence: Single flower at stalk tip, up to 1-5/8 inch across, with 10-20 sepals resembling petals, usually white, may be pink, violet or blue; many stamens surrounding large green fruit head at center of flower, up to 1-1/2 inches tall.
Bloom Period: February to April.
References: "Wildflowers of the Texas Hill Country" by Marshall Enquist and "Wildflowers of Texas" by G. Ajilvsgi.
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