Available in spring- and fall-blooming species, anemones are able to provide flowers throughout the growing season. These low-growing plants produce tall stems of bold flowers, making them suitable for a range of locations across the garden. Here’s how to plant, grow, and care for anemone flowers in your garden!
Anemones, also known as wind flowers, produce long-lasting blooms on reaching stems. Low maintenance, they are perfect for borders, containers, raised beds, and naturalized areas. There are over 200 species of anemones and they come in all shapes and sizes. In general, their foliage grows low to the ground and their flowers appear on thin stems poking out above the leaves.
Note: These fast-growing flowers are apt to spread and some species may be considered invasive. Check with local regulations before planting and keep the plants contained if you don’t wish for them to spread!