Anemone coronaria x hybrids

Botanical Name: Anemone coronaria x hybrids

Common Name(s): Anemone, Wind flower



These are low-growing plants with either double or single flowers. Anemones are available in shades of red, purple, pink and white. These compact plants have masses of blooms that multiply with picking and make delightful cut flowers. Anemones are effective in pots and containers.

Family: Ranunculaceae

Botanical Pronunciation: uh-NEM-oh-nee

Frost Hardy
Non Indigenous
Full Sun
Half Sun
Moderate Watering

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Anemone coronaria x hybrids


These compact plants have masses of blooms that multiply with picking.

Flowering time:

  • July
  • August
  • September

Anemone coronaria x hybrids   Anemone coronaria x hybrids


Interesting Info

The flowers multiply with picking.

They make delightful cut flowers.



Anemones need little attention except for regular deep watering and cutting to keep them flowering.


This plant originates in Southeastern Europe.


Other Languages

Anemoon (A)

Planting Instructions

Plant in batches in autumn to prolong the flowering period.

Position tubers with the pointed end facing downwards or on their side in well-drained soil.

Cover with ±20mm soil and keep constantly moist.

Don’t plant in a position that gets hot afternoon sun.

Planting time:

  • April
  • May

These compact plants make delightful cut flowers.


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