A tiny little woodland plant from North America, the Rue Anemone has been overlooked for many years.
Just recently, people have started to select variations and it looks like there might be an explosion of interest, especially in Alpine Plant circles.
The typical white form is charming, flowers through spring then dies back to fleshy white roots, and likes to be fairly dry and undisturbed until the middle of winter, when it all starts again.
It hasn't grown as strongly as I would have liked this year - damp and then dry when it would have preferred dry and then damp. i am doing some upgrading work in the woodland, and if I finish in time, I will plant one out and see if it prospers.