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Chinese-anemone

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Interesting Facts

Anemones are a large genus of plants (about 120 species) that range in size from small alpine rock garden miniatures to tall Japanese anemones grown as a border plant. Some of the larger species (such as A. coronaria and A. x hybrida) can be grown for cut flowers.

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Chinese Anemone   (Anemone hupehensis var. japonica)

Japanese Anemone

Anemones are perennial herbs. Anemone are favorite garden plants in the north and south temperate zones.

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Plant Types: Perennial
Light: Partial Shade to Full Sun
Height: 1 foot 4 inches to 2 feet
Width: 1 foot 6 inches
Zones: 5a to 7b
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Seasons: Late summer, Early fall
Leaf Color: Green
Special Features: All or parts of this plant are poisonous
Shape: Irregular or sprawling
Fertilizer: Miracle-Gro® Nursery Select Miracid® Water Soluble Plant Food, Fish Emulsion
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Plant Care
Planting:

The tubers should be planted with last year's leaf scar facing up. The tubers should be placed 2 inches deep and 10 inches apart in light, loamy soil with a pH of between 6.8 and 7. In warmer climates, tubers can be soaked in water for a few hours to promote proper propagation.

Blooming:

A vernalization period (period of cold) will promote better and faster floral production. If the start time for floral production is pushed forward, the plant will produce more flowers over the growing season.

Soil and Irrigation:

Keep the soil moist while the plant is actively growing. Make sure the soil is well drained to prevent root rot. Light, loamy soil is ideal.

Fertilization:

Use a fertilizer for tuberous plants every 2-3 weeks while the plants are actively growing. Do not fertilize in the winter as the plant is dormant.

Pests:

Juvenile plants are susceptible to birds.