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Plant Anemones Flowers

ANEMONE (a-nem’on-e). These are among the brightest of our Spring annuals. Grown from bulbs (tubers), or seedlings from seed. A fine range of colours is available, blues, purples and reds in the van. Plant out in full sunlight and in good soil, well­ drained There are many kinds of Anemones. All are decorative and all stand wind well. Hence ”wind­ flowers,” which is applied to A. hepatica or Japanese Anemones. These are perennials, dying down after flowering each year. Some of the finest types of Coronaria, or St. Brigid’s Anemones have been raised over recent years. They include Blue Bonnet, Scarlet Em­peror, Rose of Claremont, Blue Ad­miral, Beacon and Amethyst Beauty.

All are splendid for bedding and cutting. Space 6 inches apart and plant bulbs 2 inches deep.

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