Anemone

Anemone
(Anemone)
Other Names
Windflower, Wind flower.
Origins
Northern Hemisphere; N. America, Europe, Asia.
Type
Perennial (herbaceous).
Hardiness (see References, below)
Zones 5 - 9.
Bloom
Late Winter, Spring, early Summer, sometimes re-
bloom in the Fall.
Height
Up to 6 in. (15 cm).
Cultivation
Plant Anemone tubers in the Fall. They like rich, well
drained soil, and will grow in shade, or sun.
Propagation
By division of tubers in the Spring.
Other
Extremely decorative
blooms.
Anemones make beautiful addition to any Spring, particularly Woodland, style garden.
They come in elegant, wild form (Anemone nemorosa), as well as many modern, cultivated varieties.
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