Thalictrums are 'see-through' plants. They have heads of many small flowers, usually without petals, so consisting mainly of stamens and giving an airy appearance, aided by the finely divided foliage, often grey-green. So despite the fact that most of them have no colourful flowers, they are most attractive additions to the garden.
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Thalictrum aquilegiifolium

Clusters of small fluffy, purple or white delicate pompoms.

Thalictrum delavayi

Masses of violet flowers with numerous yellow stamens; lovely.

Thalictrum delavayi 'Album'

White flowers with many showy, yellow and white stamens.

Thalictrum flavum subsp. glaucum

Tall, vigorous species with dense panicles of pale yellow flowers.