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This mix includes a brilliant mix of coronaria colors: varied, bright and endlessly cheerful. If you garden in a region where the soil doesn't freeze, these can be planted in the fall for spring blooms. (Note: anemeones tend to not like the heat and humidity of the Deep South.)
While not typically long lived perennials, these anemones are some of the most productive spring bloomers with a single bulb producing up to 15 flowers.
|Botanical Name:||Anemone coronaria Monarch de Caen|
|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:||Colorful mix of red, pink, blue & white single form flowers|
|Plant/Bulb Size:||7/8+ cm (circumference)|
|Pkg. Count:||20 bulbs|
|Product info, photos and tips:||Anemone Planting Guide|
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