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propagating perennials: Anemone-Windflower, Pasque Flower
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Monday, June 16, 2008

Anemone-Windflower, Pasque Flower

Anemone depending on the variety can be propagated in 4 different ways, root division in spring or fall, by transplanting rhizomes, dividing tubers or woody cuttings and grow to a height of 18". Its blooms vary in color from white, pink, blue, lilac, red and the plant dies back to the ground after blooming which is after the foliage emerges from the ground in the spring and into the summer. Anemones thrive in a moist sandy loam soil or any garden soil that is well drained in full sun to partial shade and is deer resistant because the plant is also toxic to animals and humans.

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