Description:Japanese anemones give borders a welcome boost in late summer and early autumn. 'Honorine Jobert' is a particularly choice variety with white, single flowers, tinged with pink on the underside of the petals. Its fine qualities have won it the prestigious ... more
Japanese Anemone ... Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society. It enjoys well-drained soil in sun or partial shade. Mulch around the plants each year, and be prepared to lift and divide clumps if they spread beyond their bounds.
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Like most of the older and well established plants in my garden, the Japanese Anemones were acquired from my ... more
... parents' garden in north west England and they've been happily thriving now for a good thirty years down in Berkshire. If you're buying from a nursery, it's probably best to make sure it's one local to you which means that the plants are used to the climate in your area or if buying mail order, a good rule of thumb is 'buy north, plant south'. You should expect to pay anything from £5 to £8 for a well established plant grown in a 2 litre pot or probably a good deal less if buying through eBay. Having said that, thes...more
As July moves into August and the days of summer are coming to an end the garden can begin to lose a lot of its colour. The riot of high summer colour is gone and before the blazing reds and golds of autumn there can often be something of a colour gap. The perfect plant to fill that gap is the late summer flowering Japanese Anemone. With its nodding white or pink cup-shaped flowers each with a bright golden eye and lasting for several weeks before giving way to the showy Michaelmas Daisies, Rudbeckias and Golden Rod and the splendours of autumn foliage, this perennial more than pays its way in the garden.
Although Anemone Hupehensis var. Japonica, to give ...
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