Anemone coronaria growing herbaceous geophyte of the genus Anemone also known as Poppy anemone, Anemone coronaria perennial deciduous used as ornamental cut flower plant, can grow in mediterranean, desert, subtropics or temperate climate and growing in hardiness zone 6-11.

Leaves color green lobed pinnate to bi-pinnate the leaves grow in on stems

Anemone coronaria flower

Flower color red, white, purple, pink, blue, can be more than one color, the inner part the of the petals also can be darker or lighter especially in the red cultivars, flower color effect by the soil acidy and soil compound, the flower has six petals and showy stamen in the middle.

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Requirements for Name growing and care:

Dry summer, loamy, well-drained soil

What is the best way to start growing?
Plant / Seed / Bulb/ Vegetative Reproduction

Is it necessary to graft or use vegetative reproduction?
No

Difficulties or problems when growing:
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Planting season:
Spring in cold climate 6-10, Autumn in warmer climate 10-11

Pests and diseases:
Snail, slug

Pruning season:
Summer

How to prune:
All the leaves and the stems

Size of the plant?
10-30 cm, 4-12 inches

Growth speed in optimal condition:
Medium growing

Water requirement:
Small amount of water / Average amount of water

Light conditions in optimal condition for growing:
Full Sun / Half Shade

Is it possible to grow as houseplant?
No

Growing is also possible in a planter /flowerpot / containers:
Yes

Blooming information

Bloom season?
End of the winter – early spring

General information about the flower:
Flower color red, white, purple, pink, blue, can be more than one color, the inner part the of the petals also can be darker or lighter especially in the red cultivars, flower color effect by the soil acidy and soil compound

Scientific name:

Anemone coronaria

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