The Monte Baldo anemone (Anemone baldensis) belongs to Ranunculaceae (the Buttercup family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed local in the Alps and the mountains of Yugoslavia. This herb grows in rocky places and screes, 1800-3000 m elevation, and it can reach about 10 cm in height. The basal leaves are trifoliate with 3-lobed and toothed leaflets, and the cauline leaves are similar but smaller. The flowers are solitary, usually white, with generally eight to ten oval, rather pointed, sepals, and bloom July to August. The fruits are woolly achenes.