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You've probably seen these flowers in magazine photos of stylish wedding and trendy parties. Don't be tied to a florist - grow your own. These anemones aren't any harder to grow than others and are fun for bouquets and sharing. Like others in this group, these bulbs are very productive with each producing multiple blooms, ideal for cutting.
While not typically long lived perennials, these anemones are some of the most productive spring bloomers with a single bulb producing up to 15-20 flowers.
|Botanical Name:||Anemone coronaria Black and White|
|Common Name:||Poppy anemone, Lilies of the field, Spanish marigold|
|Growing Zones:||Winter hardy in zones 8-10 (zone 7 with protection)|
|Sun/Shade:||Part sun to part shade|
|Flower Color:||White flowers with pronounced black centers|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||7/8+ cm (circumference)|
|Bloom Timing:||Early to mid summer|
|Pkg. Count:||20 bulbs|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Anemone Planting Guide|
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