A low-growing species, height 10–15cm/4–6in. The single, multi–petalled open flowers in shades of blue and white are borne during March and April.
Plant the small tubers 2.5–5cm/1–2in deep in a sunny well drained site during the autumn. Provide support for A. coronaria. Lift after the top growth has dried and divide the tubers. Fibrous-rooted types. The fibrous-rooted kinds can be grown from seed during May and June and will bloom the following spring. The most familiar is A. hybrida, syn. A. japonica, the Japanese anemone, height 60–90cm/2–3ft. Single or semi-double flowers in shades of white and pink are carried on long stems from August until October. Plant during October to November or February to March in a well drained, open soil. In late autumn after flowering, cut the foliage back to ground level. Mulch in spring.
Lift and divide the roots in early March. Seeds of both tuberous and fibrous-rooted forms are available; sow them in gentle heat in the spring. Germination takes 1–3 months.
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