Wordless Wednesday 20/4/16 – Anemone coronaria ‘Bordeaux’

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. garden846 says:

    Liked your back to basics post. So true that grand, or even just bigger gardens, don’t really relate to my more simple efforts. They’re a bit like pining after Monet when one is an amateur painter. Beautiful but intrinsically out of reach.

  2. Lovely. What glorious colours!

  3. Yvonne Ryan says:

    Oh WOW!! Need to go to Kings Plants – time to plant bulbs altho’ not really cold enough yet. The best anemone’s I ever grew was when young bride and was my first garden. Except I did garden at my parents from very young.

  4. Anca Tîrcă says:

    Beautiful! I will have to plant some in my garden!

  5. homeslip says:

    Gorgeous, I planted this cultivar as corms in pots last autumn but they did not survive – too wet probably. Anemone coronaria at the allotment have been flowering non-stop since June (planted as corms in April) and encouraged by that success I planted more corms a couple of weeks ago. This time I didn’t soak them before planting as the nursery man I bought them from at the Wisley Spring Fair said it wasn’t necessary. Anemone nemerosa has just come through in my garden which is good.

  6. Cathy says:

    And a purple centre too – very pretty 🙂

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