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Greek Anemone, Windflower
Scientific Name: Anemone blanda Schott & Kotschy
Synonym:
Family: Ranunculaceae
Greek Anemone, Windflower (Anemone  blanda) Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 1-9,14-23
USDA: 4-8

Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade

Origin: Mediterranean basin

Growth Habits: Perennial, up to 8 inches tall (20 cm), 4 to 6 inches spread (10-15 cm); tuberous roots; deeply cut leaves

Watering Needs: Keep moist during the growing season, needs well drained soil

Propagation: Divide bulbs in summer, seeds


Anemone blanda

Cultural Practices:
Plant the tubers in the fall. Soak them overnight before planting them 2.5 inches deep (6 cm).

Blooming Habits:
Blue or white flowers, 2 inches in diameter (5 cm) in early spring. The long-lasting flowers close at night and do not open if the weather is too overcast.

Fruiting Habits:


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