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Winter Aconite

Botanical Name
Eranthis hyemalis
Min Zone
Max Zone
3 to 6 inches
3 to 6 inches
March to April: bright yellow
Full sun to part shade
Moist, well-drained
Planting & Care
  • If purchased tubers are dry and shriveled when purchasing, soak tubers overnight to rehydrate before planting
  • Set tubers 1 to 3 inches apart
  • Plant tubers 2 to 3 inches deep, shallower in heavier soils
  • Will reproduce and spread rapidly to form large colonies when grown in the prefered conditions
  • Good for naturalizing in the lawn
  • Needs consistent moisture throughout the year
None serious

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