Pulsatilla

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These plants are native to the UK in chalk/limestone areas, mainly on undisturbed soils. As they grow on ancient barrows, earth mounds, hill forts they were thought to have grown where Dane or Roman blood had been spilled. It is now a rare plant in the wild and these pictured are a bred variety .

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