|Anemone reddeana, a so-called
spring ephemeral, 15-20cm in height, grows in deciduous forests or
edges or grasslands, the rhizomes crawling out sideways. Radical
leaves are of biternately compounds, and the leaflets are cleft more
deeply afresh. On-stem leaves are in the whorl of 3 leaflets, each
serrated at the top, of soft texture, 2-3cm in length, is drooping.
Flowers, consisting of petal-looking sepals, are 3-4cm in diameter;
peduncles bear a single bloom on each of them. The sepals number
8-13 in all. Bloom time: March-May.