A much admired woodland perennial for partial shade or shady moist soils. Foliage on this species is dissected into finger-like growths, only one leaf per petiole. The stem resides below the soil surface and is dark brown in colour. Multiplication is by division of these rhizomes. Flowers are daisy-like and around 2 cms wide or so. Each is composed of a boss of pale yellow stamens and ray florets of a pale pink colour, especially when ageing, size is quite large. These can often last for two to three weeks if the weather conditions are cool. Overall flowering period is around eight weeks long.
Please note that this is the latest to flower, often rising as much as 4 weeks later than the others listed here.