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Japanese Anemone Windflower

In this post I share the pollinator friendly and super easy to grow Japanese Anemone.   You will find a video, images and of course my thoughts on this perennial.

Japanese Anemone Windflower Video

The video on this post and image share are long anticipated. I am finally taking this off my list to write about on the website.  Unfortunately, I can’t take credit for growing these from seed or bareroot because they were in the garden.  Surrounded by beautiful hostas and a few new additions to this part sun garden the bees zoom around enjoying the flowers.  Check out the video that shows how this plant makes the space sing in late summer to autumn.

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About The Japanese Anemone Windflower

A few years back I tried growing a few new varieties of anemone and they didn’t survive the winter.  The ones in my hardiness zone 5b garden are definitely Anemone tomentosa Robustissima I found on Bluestone Perennial website.   The plants I have actually spread over the last few years after we pruned the shade tree back away from this space.  The plant gets a nice later afternoon sun and morning sun.   Below are a few growing facts about this plant:

  • Perennial
  • Rated for zone 4-8
  • Sun to part sun
  • Normal, clay to acidic soil
  • Pink flowers from late summer to early autumn
  • Pollinator friendly
  • Grows to about 3-4 feet tall

All of these are reasons I highly recommend adding this plant to your home garden.   Be sure to check out other perennials grown in this home garden space on my website.

Japanese anemone late seed

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Happy Gardening,

Bren Haas

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