Not sure how this may differ from the species but it is a wild collection and may have some good attributes.
Highly attractive herbaceous perennial with kidney shaped deep green leaves having three lobes. Grown mainly for the foliage effect, the leaves can reach up to 10 cms wide and emerge initially with fine white hairs. These are borne usually after the flowers which rise first in early spring, usually around mid march. The flowers are a little variable on the species as a whole as they are normally raised from seed. The plants we offer here are vegetative divisions and will have one or two growing points, again the flower colour is variable. Colour can range from white through palest pink, all are the typical ranunculaceae cup shape.