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Anemone Blanda Blue

Anemone Blanda Blue (11500)

Anemone Blanda, known as ‘windflower’ will open wide with the strength of the sun in your borders, and will be happy to rest there all summer. Arriving as corms – an underground stem – a good soak overnight before planting is required. For cut flowers, the vividly coloured Anemone De Caen is very popular. Description:Dark Blue Height (cm):12cm Blooms:March-April
Price : From £5.45
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Anemone Blanda Mixed

Anemone Blanda Mixed (2530)

One of the joys of the early spring. A hardy plant that can tolerate full sun / partial shade. Available in mixed colours - blues, purples, pinks and whites. Best displayed in clusters.

Height 12 cm
Blooms March / April
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Anemone Blanda Pink Star

Anemone Blanda Pink Star (11501)

Anemone Blanda, known as ‘windflower’ will open wide with the strength of the sun in your borders, and will be happy to rest there all summer. Arriving as corms – an underground stem – a good soak overnight before planting is required. For cut flowers, the vividly coloured Anemone De Caen is very popular. Description:Phlox purple Height (cm):12cm Blooms:March-April
Price : From £16.44
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Anemone Blanda White Splendour

Anemone Blanda White Splendour (11502)

Anemone Blanda, known as ‘windflower’ will open wide with the strength of the sun in your borders, and will be happy to rest there all summer. Arriving as corms – an underground stem – a good soak overnight before planting is required. For cut flowers, the vividly coloured Anemone De Caen is very popular. Description:Pure White Height (cm):12cm Blooms:March-April
Price : From £10.94
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Anemone De Caen

Anemone De Caen (134)

The gorgeously coloured single De Caen anemones are well-known cut-flowers, sometimes called Florist Anemones and available almost all the year round. Gardeners can achieve a similar long season of colour by planting the claw-shaped tubers at various seasons - in April for June and July, in June for September, and in September in mild areas or under cloches for late winter and early spring blooms.
Price : From £4.34
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Anemone St Brigid

Anemone St Brigid (135)

St Brigid Group are close cousins of the richly coloured single De Caen anemones, but are double-flowered cultivars. Gardeners can achieve a long season of colour by planting the claw-shaped tubers at various seasons -
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Wood Anemone Nemerosa

Wood Anemone Nemerosa (150)

This native British wildflower, the star of many woodlands in spring, is just as charming when growing in gardens. There are many fine cultivated forms, and all look breathtaking if planted in drifts under shrubs and trees or naturalised in part of a lawn - they flower early before spring is really under way, and the graceful starry blooms seem to dance in the breeze on their slender stalks. As might be expected from a wildflower, they are completely undemanding and tolerate most soils and positions that are not too dry in spring. Once settled and happy, they will spread freely. The Royal Horticultural Society has given it its prestigious Award of Garden Merit (AGM).
Price : From £3.95
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