File:The Pasque flower - an Easter rarity, Natural History Museum.webm
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English: The Pasque flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris) is now a very rare plant in the UK and restricted to just a few chalk and limestone grasslands on a handful of nature reserves. Flowering in April it is a sign that Easter has arrived. Fred Rumsey, Botanist at the Natural History Museum tells us more about this spectacular plant.
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