Planting Anemone St. Brigids - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by RodeoMarki
February 27, 2000
What is the best location for planting anemones? Full Sun or Partial Shade? What type of soil do they thrive in?

Answer from NGA
February 27, 2000
Anemone coronaria is sometimes called Florist's anemone because of its large, showy flowers. Saint Brigid is a variety of A. coronaria. A. coronaria won't thrive if winter temperatures are 25 degrees F or lower. (They orginated in the Mediterranean area and are different from A. blanda, which is more cold-hardy.) They like sunny, dry conditions. Soil should be amended but must have excellent drainage. Plant about one inch deep and four inches apart.

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