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This plant’s Japanese name, setsubun-so, derives from its flowering around setsubun (the last day of winter in the traditional lunar calendar).

Beginning in late autumn, its white buds start to shoot up from its dark brown tubers that run deep in the soil.


Produces small white five-petaled flowers that turn into fruit. Dies back to the ground around April and May.

  • Easy to Grow★☆☆☆☆
  • Height at Delivery10 cm or shorter
  • Scientific NameShibateranthis pinnatifida
  • FamilyRanunculaceae
  • Common NamesSetsubun-so, ienire
  • Flower ColorWhite
  • Flowering PeriodAround February
  • Sun ExposurePartial shade
  • WaterDaily and in abundance
When you purchase wildflowers, flower pots and moss are available as additional options.