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Japanese Anemone

Botanical Name
Anemone x hybrida
Zones 4 to 8
2 to 5 feet
2 feet
Late summer to fall: pink, white, violet; single, double or semi double
Full sun to part shade (morning sun best)
Moist, well-drained, fertile
Planting & Care
  • Protect from wind
  • Avoid wet winter soil by providing good drainage
  • Does poorly in drought
  • Plants grown in colder regions will benefit from a winter mulch
  • Divide in spring
Japanese beetles
  • Honorine Jobert - white flowers with pink tinged undersides, popular in southern gardens since the Civil War
  • Pamina - double rose-red flowers
  • Krimhilde - salmon pink flowers
  • Whirlwind - semi-double white flowers, 4-5'

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