Anemone

I feel like this genus is long overdue for an explosion of popularity. From the exquisite spring blooming ephemerals to the big, blowsy fall blooming Japanese anemones, the diversity of the genus is huge, and they're all gorgeous and easy to grow.



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Anemone nemorosa 'Bracteata Pleniflora'

Anemone nemorosa 'Bracteata Pleniflora'

By far my favorite nemorosa, this thing is bizarre, the true flowers are surrounded by a ring of green and white bracts, it is difficult to describe and no two are exactly the same, it is one of those plants that you cannot walk past with a camera without taking dozens of shots. It is also wonderful as a winter bloomer in a conservatory, (blooming a bit after the Ranunculus ficaria clones) although it is perfectly hardy in the garden as well.___ZONE 4
$8.00

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Anemone sylvestris 'Madonna'

Anemone sylvestris 'Madonna'

Hardly a woodlander it needs a lot of sun to grow well, flowers can be up to 7cm across though often smaller. A spring bloomer and one of the best.
$12.00

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Anemone x seemanii (nemorosa x ranunculoides)

Anemone x seemanii (nemorosa x ranunculoides)

A naturally occurring hybrid also known as Anemone x lipsiensis flowers are typically large and pale creamy yellow. It is one of the best small Anemones..____ZONE 4
$8.00

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