from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of several plants of the genus Anemone, especially A. patens, having large blue, purple, or white flowers, each producing many conspicuously plumed achenes.
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- n. Alternative spelling of pasque flower.
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- n. any plant of the genus Pulsatilla; sometimes included in genus Anemone
The pasqueflower (Anemone pulsatilla) was so named because it blossoms around Eastertime/Passover.
I pointed out a full color illustration of a pasqueflower.
 However, pasqueflower is really poisonous if its eaten or when its used as medicine.
The meaning of pasque is "Easter" in old French and also, pasqueflower blooms around
During early mid-spring, the pasqueflower blooms until spring is over.
Time for first sightings of the pasqueflower (the crocus) and the erotic dance of the prairie chicken.
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