Thalictrum isopyroides (which must have a name, although so far it has escaped us) has typically transparent foliage. It consists of numerous tiny leaflets, grey-green, so the whole plant has a light, delicate appearance. It looks great on a rock garden or raised bed, and is a lot tougher than it looks.
Dwarf species with grey-green leaves and froth of petal-less flowers.
||9 cm pot|
||stony places in mountains|
||Alpine winter / part shade summer|
||well drained soil|
||6 - 20 cm|