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Pretty Japanese Anemones for your Garden

Floating above the border, they produce masses of 2- to 3-inch flowers that are held on slender, graceful stems and sway delicately in the breeze. Elegant at every stage, from tight buds to neat spherical seedheads, they send up flowers in succession, week after week, and are worthy of prominent placement in the garden.

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How To Grow Japanese Anemones

Planting and caring for Japanese Anemones is easy. Though they may appear delicate, these long-lived perennials can survive with minimal maintenance once they are established.

Japanese Anemones, Windflowers, Anemone tomentosa, Grapeleaf Anemones, Anemone x Hybrida, fall flowers, Fall perennials, white flowers, pink flowers, companion plants

Great Companion Plants for your Japanese Anemones

With one of the longest-blooming seasons, up to 6-8 weeks, Japanese Anemones add brilliant color in the landscape, from mid or late summer through fall.

Japanese Anemones

Fall-blooming anemones have earned their place in the fall garden with their charming flowers floating above the border as summer plants are starting to fade

Anemone blanda (Grecian Windflower)

Anemone blanda (Grecian Windflower) is a rewarding little plant that can easily provide a great deal of pleasure! Offering dabs of bright colors in mid spring, mounds of abundant daisy-like flowers show off in shades of white, blue and pink over a finely cut fernlike foliage. These daisies are a delight and seem to last for weeks. Ideal to plant in quantity along paths and borders, even under shade trees. For sheer spring joy, plant a few!

Anemone coronaria (Poppy Anemone)

Anemone coronaria are most often found as cut flowers, but these gorgeously colored poppy-like flowers also thrive in the home garden where their broad, bright faces are highly appealing. Their dark-centered, single or double flowers, are available in a fresh array of colors including purple-blue, red, pink or white.

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12 Top Performing Spring Bulbs that Come Back Year After Year!

A sampling of top-performing bulbs that can be counted upon to perennialize -- and, if happy where you plant them, will most likely naturalize, too, to come back to bloom for years.

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