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Thalictrum aquilegifolium

Thalictrum aquilegifolium

Native from Europe east into Russia, clumps of columbine like foliage send up fluffy panicles of flowers with very conspicuous stamens to 1.5m. Monet used its airy display effectively at the edge of his Waterlily pool.
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Thalictrum flavum 'Illuminato'

Thalictrum flavum 'Illuminato'

A tall (to 5 feet or more) graceful fountain of airy, frothy, foliage that, in this cultivar, emerges a chartreuse before aging to the more usual gray-green. Blooms in summer with masses of big powder-puff acid yellow flowers. Likes some shade and doesn't like to dry out. Zone 5.
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Thalictrum flexulosum

Thalictrum flexulosum

These date from a Korean Hinkley collection in 1997, flexulosum is dwarf, the 6-8 tufts of foliage are topped by typical white-stamened petal-less flowers.____ZONE 5
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Thalictrum foetidum

Thalictrum foetidum

European species somewhat creeping, yellow flowers in loose branched panicles atop 50cm stems; it thrives in light sandy soil in sun or light shade.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Thalictrum heliophilum

Thalictrum heliophilum

An extremely narrow distribution in the wild to dry, shale in Colorado. Unfortunately, these very limited wild populations happen to be growing on top of quite a bit of oil that lots of people would like to drill for. Google it, and you'll find all sorts of risk assessments and papers about how the oil companies are going to preserve it while still getting the oil... Yeah. We'll see. It never hurts to keep some around in gardens just in case. Typical lacy thalictrum foliage, fairly insignificant flowers. Unlike most thalictrum, likes it hot and dry. Zone 5, guessing.
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Thalictrum kiusianum

Thalictrum kiusianum

A dwarf somewhat stoloniferous species from Japan, with ferny mounds of foliage only a few inches high and lilac flowers on 4" stems, beautiful in a woodland trough.____ZONE 4
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Thalictrum minus ssp minus

Thalictrum minus ssp minus

Very tiny whatever the name, cute fern like gray green leaves, nice in a trough, don't bother with the flowers.
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Thalictrum polygamum

Thalictrum polygamum

One of the native meadow rues to the eastern US, and one of the biggest as well, reaching fully 6 feet tall when happy, and has the usual thalictrum delicate, ferny foliage and airy masses of fluffy yellow-white flowers in late summer. Grows in the wild in wet, boggy areas, but not picky in the garden. Something dramatic and different for the perennial boarder. Zone 4, at least
$12.00

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Thalictrum rochebrunianum

Thalictrum rochebrunianum

Japanese, it's one of the showiest species, with large single pink flowers in an open panicle. Plants take a while to establish and are not as vigorous as some of the other species, but they more than make up for it in the grace department.____ZONE 4
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Thalictrum sp ex china 03-ch-196

Thalictrum sp ex china 03-ch-196

Collected by Hans Hansen on a 2003 china expedition. Foliage texture is fine and they do not appear to be huge growing.____ZONE 4
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