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Anemone De Caen Mixed

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Please Note: Due to pre existing Quarantine laws we cannot send any bulbs to Western Australia and Tasmania. You may need to find bulb suppliers in your areas. Sorry we can't help you. 

De Caen Anemones are full of colour, but at a low price. A mixture of all the amazing colours; pink, white, blue and red. Ideal to weave into garden beds and for mass plantings.

With these beauties, you will have up to six weeks of amazing colour! 

The handsome foliage of De Caen Anemones is light green and heavily dissected, so it appears soft and fern like. Grouping them close together is the best way to create a memorable display.

You can even cut the flowers of De Caen Anemones for indoor display. The blooms will last over a week in a vase and cutting the flowers has the additional benefit of encouraging more flowers to bloom. 

Plant De Caen Anemones in humus rich, moist, well drained soil. Fertilise your Anemones regularly and they will deliver rich rewards - these small corms grow quickly and bear lots of blooms so they need adequate nutrition to flower at their best.

Anemones average 10-14 weeks from planting to flower. 

Botantical name

Anemone coronaria

Height

20-35cm

Width

15cm

Flowers

Early to Mid Spring

Climate

Cool to Mediterranean

Availability

Australia wide

Aspect

Full Sun

Supplied as

Bulbs

Water needs

2

 

Growing Conditions Detailed

Botanical name: Anemone

Family: Ranunculaceae

Plant/bulb type: Corm

Height: 20-30cm (1ft)

Planting time: Autumn until early May.

Depth & spacing
5cm deep. 10-15cm apart.

Aspect
Full sun to light shade. Will tolerate more shade in warmer climates. 

Soil
Well draining, fairly rich.

Watering
Water once growth appears & keep soil moist until foliage yellows in late Spring.

Fertiliser
Dig fertiliser into soil a week or longer before planting, or apply to top of soil after planting and water in. These bulbs are very free flowering and so require generous amounts of fertiliser. 

Flowering time
Late Winter until early or mid Spring

Climates
Cool to subtropical. 

After flowering care
You can leave these easy-care bulbs or dig them once the foliage has died back. If you do this, store them somewhere cool and dry over Summer and replant in Autumn. These corms naturally degenerate over time and should be replaced every 2nd or 3rd year.

Comments
These are great bulbs. Low care and free flowering with each corm producing numerous cheerful flowers. Well worth planting in any garden for loads of carefree colour. Also great in vases.


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