Anemone blanda is a rewarding little plant that can easily provide a great deal of pleasure!

  • Offering dabs of bright colors in March, April, mounds of abundant daisy-like flowers show off in shades of white, blue and pink over a finely cut fernlike foliage.
  • Winter hardy, this low-growing perennial bedding plant, only 4-6 inches tall (10-15 cm), does well within hardiness zones 4 to 8.
  • Extremely popular due to its early and massive flowering and ability to naturalize easily.
  • Should be planted in fall, ideally in partial shade areas, and in a moist soil. Will also grow in full sun provided the soil remains moist.
  • Forming a lovely, colorful mat, especially under or around woody trees and shrubs which are still bare during the time of the anemones' flowering period. Anemones are actually a must for spots among perennials. Plant them preferably in groups of at least 20.
  • Great choice for woodland pathsrock gardensbeds by setting them in front of taller plants, or containersDeer and rabbit resistant!

Anemone blanda Blue Shades, Grecian Windflower Blue Shades, Early spring bulb, blue flowers in early spring

Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades'

  • Anemone blanda goes dormant after flowering.

Anemone blanda White Splendor, Grecian Windflower White Splendor, Early flowering bulb, early spring bulb

Under trees or deciduous shrubs

Anemone blanda 'White Splendour',Hyacinthus 'White Pearl',Muscari botryoides 'Album',Tulipa 'Dyanito'

In pots and containers

Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades',Muscari botryoides 'Album'

As border plants