Thalictrum is unusual perennial with fragrant flowers, without petals. It has straight stems up to 2 m tall, delicate leaves are shiny on the upper side. The flowers are small, numerous, gathered in paniculate inflorescence. Immediately after the buds are opened, its petals fall off and numerous stamens remain.
Meadow rue is decorative, unpretentious and well tolerated northern climate. It grows well in the sun, in little shading and even under the trees.
This plant is thriving even on infertile areas, only it needs enough moisture. Thalictrum grows especially lush, with large, bright buds on fertile, nutrient-rich soils, is winter-hardy and does not require any special care.
Do you grow Meadow rue in your garden or would you love to? Thank you!