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White anemone

White anemone

White anemone

A white flower, an anemone, is a perennial plant of the genus Anemone. They are used in floral arrangements where the mix of flowers is important, or where one needs a white flower. It is also used in nature to make meadows by releasing anemones from the rootstock. It comes from a heritage orchard known as “Honorine Jobert”.White Anemone is popular in wedding floral design, and gives a bold, stylish look to any floral arrangement. Anemone features soft, silky petals and a dark center.White Anemone is popular in wedding floral design, and gives a bold, stylish look to any floral arrangement. Anemone features soft, silky petals and a dark center.

Anemone

In the event that a substitution may be necessary to make certain that your anemone are delivered on time, we take the utmost care in assuring that your order is as similar to your original flower choice as possible even if this means substituting flowers of higher value. While we will always try to inform under these circumstances, flower substitutions may be shipped without verbal confirmation from you.Add to the color matrix: Tall in the Fall, and you'll begin to see the core appeal of Anemones. They bloom about three to five feet in the air from August to October and they bloom profusely. The perfect setting for them is against vertical elements like fences, porch railings, deck posts, among and behind the boxwoods, or around light posts. These are places where you often want to fill three dimensionally with color above the waist.Anemones are happiest in that half-and-half, partial shade you find among open trees, between a tree and the open areas around it, or up close to the house.

Deep shade causes them to stretch for the sun and become floppy. All day southern sun causes them to scorch in the high summer. Their toughness makes them good for difficult areas like coastal gardens, naturalistic areas such as prairies or meadows, mass plantings, or property borders like fences, houses, and posts.We first brought the Swans in because we thought the innovative colors were cool. But we now think the summer blooming nature of the series is more important to the market. It puts more Anemones into the prime retail season, wrapped in a more garden-friendly package. AN IMPORTANT POINT with the Swan Series is that they perform much better in their second year. Be sure to order vernalized plugs for retail performance in the first year.The original was found by Elizabeth MacGregor. Every night, ‘Wild Swan™’ will nod forward and expose the alternating blue petals on the back. The flower fronts are pure white and it blooms all summer long, another major difference with these anemones. Short two-foot blooms. (Source:www.creekhillnursery.com)

 

 

 

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