ANEMONE DOUBLE MIXED
Violet blue bright white pretty pinks and fiery red double flowers. Each bulb produces 3-5 flowers with lacy foliage. Anemones begin to flower in mid winter making them ideal for mass displays. Easy to grow. Prefers a full sun position. Flowers July to September. Soak the tuber in tepid water for about 12 hours before planting to promote early sprouting. Plant with the pointed end down.
Supplied as dormant bulbs in a pack of 25
Orders containing this item will be dispatched from mid February.
- Frost tolerant once established
- Suitable for areas with full sun
- Suitable for areas with part shade
- Plant 10cm apart
- Grows to 30-40cm high
- Winter -Spring
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Common Name: ANEMONE
Botanical Name: Anemone coronaria
Family Name: Ranunculaceae
Plant Type: Bulb Size: 30cm H x 10cm W
Planting Time: Autumn
Planting Width: 15cm Depth: 4cm
Flowering: Late Winter to Spring
Positioning: Full Sun
General Information: Anemones have wonderful rich and bright colours, and for picking as a cut flower they are hard to beat. They prefer to be massed in a sunny position. Suitable for Arid, Temperate and Mediterranean climates. Fully hardy – can handle all conditions.
Soil: Need well-drained soil.
Watering: Water well after planting, then weekly until leaves appear. Once up and growing, only water to supplement rainfall.
Fertilising: Light organic or chemical fertiliser at planting time. Liquid fertilise regularly once buds start to form.
Pests: Bait snails when buds appear. No other specific pest or disease problems are known.
Lifting & Storage: Best treated as annual or bi-annuals – new bulbs planted every 1 to 2 years.
Tips: To kick start the growing process, soak the bulbs in a bowl of water for about an hour before planting. Need protection from strong winds. Over watering will rot bulbs. Plant up to double the recommended depth in warm climates. Point of bulb faces down.