suburban_garden_logo_web_2

Anemone

plants_border_summer_v2

© suburban-garden.co.uk 2017

Facebook circle blue small Twitter circle blue small
sorry_no_image_at_the_moment_suburban-garden

Anemones are available to cover the flowering season from spring through to autumn. Wood and alpine anemones typically grow in the spring while anemones such as Anemone coronaria, more suited to hot, dry conditions with tuberous roots, grow from spring to summer. Japanese anemones, have fibrous roots and grow from summer into autumn.

 

Japanese anemones thrive in dappled shade although they will tolerate full sun but this encourages then to spread towards cooler soil.  These anemones tend to enjoy moist, fertile soil that does not get waterlogged. Add a handful of organic matter and, if available, horticultural sand to improve drainage when planting anemones. These plants may take time to become established but once they do they can grow quite vigorously, so will need cutting back in the spring. Once planted they dislike being moved, so if you want to increase them, do so during the spring. There are two main groups of Japanese anemone: Anemone hupehensis and A. x hybrida.

Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert' £3.75

(9cm pot coming soon)

 

Pure white single flowers from August to October. Useful to brighten up a shady spot. This Japanese anemone will grow anywhere in any soil in sun or shade. Can grows to a height and spread of 1.2m. Will spread fairly quickly. Hardy.

Browse

anemone_honorine_jobert_suburban-garden sorry_no_image_at_the_moment_suburban-garden

Anemone x hybrida 'Queen Charlotte' £4.00

(9cm pot coming soon)

 

Large semi-double pale pink flowers with golden stamens from August to October. Petals have an almost ruffled edge to them. Will grow anywhere in sun or partial shade, even tolerating dry shade. Slow growing at first and then once established will grow mush quicker. Can grows to a height of 1.5m and a spread of 1m. Hardy.

Anemone hupehensis var. japonica'Pamina' £4.00

(9cm pot coming soon)

 

Deep pink, upturned, semi-double,cup-shaped flowers with  golden stamens from August to October. Compact and much lower-growing plant than other anemones. Grow in full sun/partial shade in fertile, moist soil. Cut back after flowering and mulch. Grows to a height of 90cm with a spread of 40cm. Hardy.