Anemone Poppy Collection
Pack of 80
Our Anemone Poppy Collection (Anemone coronaria) consists of 25 each of four colours (separately labelled):
Blue – violet blue blooms
Pink – pretty pink blooms
White – bright white blooms
Red – bright scarlet blooms
Anemone are a very low maintenance plant and are ideal for planting in any garden. Each bulb produces numerous flowers held above the lacy fern-like foliage, and will begin to flower from mid Winter continuing through to late Spring with a little bit of care and liquid fertilising throughout the flowering season. Excellent for using as cut flowers, lasting 7 to 10 days in the vase.
Anemones are ideal for mass displays as they are relatively cheap to purchase and very easy to plant and grow. Prefers a full sun position and tolerates frost well. For best results soak the tuber in tepid water for about 12 hours before planting as this will promote early sprouting. Plant with the pointed end down.
Supplied as dormant bulbs
Orders containing this item will be dispatched from mid February.
- Frost tolerant once established
- Require little water once established
- Suitable for areas with full sun
- Suitable for areas with part shade
- Suitable to cut for vases
- Plant 10cm apart
- Grows to 30-40cm high
- Ideal Growing Regions:
- Mild Tropical
- View growing regions on the Climate Map
At Garden Express you can make a purchase with confidence. Our living merchandise is normally guaranteed to grow if our free growing guide instructions are followed. Any guaranteed items that do not grow within 3 months (6 months for dormant items) will be replaced, credited to your account or fully refunded.
The exception to this guarantee is discounted, end of season stock which is sold on an ‘as is’ basis. Generally this stock is sound but should be planted as soon as possible and may not perform as well as normal in season products.
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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.
Establish which coloured region you live in and then consider the varieties listed as typically suited to that area. The Australian Climate Guide map is intended as a guide only as climatic conditions vary between specific locations. Factors such as local altitude, wind and the proximity of hills, mountains and bodies of water can cause variations from the generalised climate map. Note also that although a plant may be listed as suitable for a particular region, it may still require protection from extremes such as frost or strong winds. You should also consider its requirements for sun, shade and water.
Remember that you can often extend the range of plants that you can grow by creating micro-climates within your garden. Planting under trees, beside brick walls or in the shelter of a building, on high or low points in the garden can all have an effect. Even planting by a pond or surrounded by rocks can be used to advantage. Part of the joy of gardening can be experimenting and nothing is more pleasing that achieving success with a plant that is not usually seen in your area.
The map is based on Australian Bureau of Meteorology 30 year climatology data from 1961-1990. The zones are based on both temperature and humidity:
- Tropical – hot humid summer .
- Mild Tropical – warm humid summer
- Semi-arid – hot dry summer, cold winter
- Arid – hot dry summer, cold winter
- Temperate – warm summer, cool winter
- Cool – mild-warm summer, cool winter