3 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
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Japanese Anemone Overview
Anemone x hybrida is a perennial hybrid in the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae. It is considered a natural hybrid as it originally arise in the wild, its thought to be a cross between the Anemone species A. elegans, A. vitifolia and A. hupehensis. This hybrid has a vigorous, branching and upright habit and forms suckering shoots. Foliage is green and divided into oval leaflets with serrated margins. Flowers are borne on branched stems, they are semi-double in structure and pale pink in colour, appearing from late summer through to the middle of autumn.
How to propagate Japanese Anemone
Divide in early spring or autumn.
Root cuttings are advised.