Position – Full sun or part shade
Soil – Moist, well-drained and fertile
Flowering Period –Spring, summer or autumn (depending on variety)
Hardiness – Fully hardy
Anemone are best planted in a moist, well-drained and fertile soil of loam, chalk and sand within an acidic, alkaline or neutral PH balance. They are best positioned in an area of full sun or part shade. Anemone are well suited to planting in beds and borders and can be used in cut flower displays.
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Anemones can either be corms or plants. If you’re planting corms, give them a soak for 2 to 4 hours before you plant them. This will encourage shooting and development of a good root system. If you’re planting young plants, they should be potted up for 4-6 weeks before planting out so that they will be robust enough to survive in beds and borders.
Anemones dislike winter wet. Give them a mulch in colder areas. Anemone hupehensis, hybrida and japonica are intolerant to transferals so try to avoid moving them once planted.
It is possible to propagate Anemone hupehensis, japonica and hybrida by division in early spring. Anemone coronaria can be propagated by seed or division of the tubers during summer.
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