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Japanese anemones Transplanting

May 31, 2013 – 12:06 pm
Japanese anemones Transplanting

Rating Author Content Positive On Sep 15, 2013, Liriope456 from West Newbury, MA wrote: I bought this (white variety) for shade gardens in Northern Virginia and then transplanted some to our new house in the northeastern corner of Massachusetts, where it is flourishing, but crowding out other plants. Foliage starts in spring; blooms go from mid-September through November. I have also seen this plant near the Russian River in Northern California On …

Japanese anemones as cut flowers

February 18, 2013 – 02:33 pm
Japanese anemones as cut flowers

This month’s Garden Flowers post, which I write with garden designer Lisa Cox, features Japanese Anemones. What lovelier a way to add interest to your garden this autumn than with these dainty flowers? Ranging in colour from delicate white to deep pink, their charming cup-shaped blooms look stunning in drifts in borders. Their peak season is from late summer until early autumn and some cultivars can reach up to 3ft in height. Part of the Buttercup …

Japanese Anemones purple

December 3, 2013 – 09:18 am
Japanese Anemones purple

Anemone is a versatile plant in the garden. Purple, pink and blue anemone blanda blooms in spring, and white Japanese anemone blooms in late summer and fall. Anemone are sold as a spring or fall bulb, but they actually grow from a tuberous root system. Plant spring-blooming anemone in fall, approximately six weeks before the first expected frost. Plant fall-blooming varieties in spring once all frost danger has passed in your area. Step 1 Fill a bowl …

Japanese anemones Pruning

January 7, 2013 – 07:54 am
Japanese anemones Pruning

Well, it is a given that your backyard or front garden will look amazing with some flowers withstanding throughout late autumn and winter. However, because not all perennials can endure low temperatures, it is advisable to prune them in order to protect them from the cold and freeze. Moreover, by pruning them you will also avoid potential problems with pests and diseases. Therefore, grab your cordless Black and Decker pruning saw and clip back these …

Caring for Japanese anemones

April 28, 2013 – 11:05 am
Caring for Japanese anemones

Thank goodness for Japanese anemones. Without them, our poor tired garden would be nearly bloom-less. Instead, our garden bursts with light pink, delicate flowers just in time to cheer summer s end and celebrate fall s arrival. Fall blooming Japanese anemones are a shade gardener s dream. Not only is this stunning perennial quick to spread, but its abundant blooms give life to gardens after most other blossoms disappear. Plus, Japanese anemones are …

Japanese anemones Deer resistant

December 9, 2013 – 05:45 am
Japanese anemones Deer resistant

One of my favorite plants seems to be a favorite of a garden rogue. As I was planning to write this blog, I checked to see if I had blogged about anemone before. In the I said, “The flowers are almost 3 inches in diameter. They are rabbit and deer resistant.“ I don’t remember where I got that (mis)information. This year I have had a terrible time keeping the critters away from the anemone. Several times during the summer the leaves were chopped off …