How to harvest Garden Anemone
Harvest the flower stalks after two or three flowers have opened to prolong the life of your flowers.
How to propagate Garden Anemone
Sow seeds in a cold frame when they are ripe and mature.
Seperate tubers when the plants are dormant. Plant in autumn months. Keep dry while dormant.
By seed or divide tubers when the plant is dormant in the summer.
Special features of Garden Anemone
Attracts useful insects
Attracts beneficial pollinators such as bees.
Flowers have five petals and can grow to approximately 7 cm in diameter. There are many hybrids with multiple colours and multiple formations e.g. Double Pink
Other uses of Garden Anemone
Border, container, cutting bed, walls, rock garden. Extremely popular as a cut flower for florist's shops, hence one of its common names.