japanese anemone flowers, Anemone hupehensis

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japanese anemone flowers,  Anemone hupehensis

By Mary H. Dyer, Master Naturalist and Master Gardener What is a Japanese anemone plant? Also known as Japanese thimbleweed, Japanese anemone (Anemone hupehensis) is a tall, stately perennial that produces glossy foliage and big, saucer-shaped flowers in shades ranging from pure white to creamy pink, each with a green button in the center. Look for blooms to appear throughout summer and fall, often until the first frost. Japanese anemone plants are a cinch to grow and adaptable to most growing conditions. Read on to learn more about growing a Japanese anemone (or several!) in your garden. How to Grow Japanese Anemone Plants Ready to start growing a Japanese anemone? This plant may be available at your local greenhouse or nursery. Otherwise, it’s easy to divide mature plants or take root cuttings in early spring. Although it’s possible to plant Japanese anemone seeds, germination is erratic and slow. Japanese anemone

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