Anemone coronaria Saint Bridgid Group
Great plants for a bright, showy spring display, or for cutting. Perhaps reflecting their Mediterranean origins, they produce velvety, exotic, relatively large (up to 8 cm across) blooms in red, blue or white, with anthers and stamens in matching colours. They have delicately lobed 3-palmate leaves. They should be kept dry during their dormant period after flowering; mulch in winter. They have generated many cultivars.
Anemone coronaria Saint Bridgid Group has large, showy, semi-double flowers of a strong pink-purple colour, with dark stamens.
||Early summer to mid autumn|
||well drained soil|
||6 - 20 cm|