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anemone (windflower) full-part sun, blooms, april-may, transition flower between spring bulbs and summer perenials. rock garden, perennial beds, lawn. 3-4"
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anemone (windflower) for spring color in my rock garden

This plant produces a great low-growing mat of flowers. The cheerful starlike blossoms come in pink, blue, and white, and the attractive finely cut leaves disappear soon after flowering.

Anemone blanda belong in every garden because they are inexpensive and easy to grow and are the perfect foil for late Daffodils and all the May-blooming Tulips.

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anemone (windflower) full-part sun, blooms, april-may, transition flower between spring bulbs and summer perenials. rock garden, perennial beds, lawn. 3-4"

anemone (windflower) full-part sun, blooms, april-may, transition flower between spring bulbs and summer perenials. rock garden, perennial beds, lawn. 3-4"

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Windflower, Greek Windflower, Poppy Anemone
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Grecian Windflower - shade tolerant summer bulb, also works as a ground cover

Grecian Windflowers have daisy-shaped flowers up to across bloom before many crocuses and continue their delightful color show for weeks and they increase annually.

Grecian Windflowers known as Anemones (Greek word for wind is "anemos". Wind helps them bloom, and blows away the petals.

Grecian Windflowers - I just planted these bulbs -- hope they do well.

Windflower, Greek Windflower, Poppy Anemone

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By late summer, some perennials start to look a little weary, but not ‘Cinderella’ anemone. In fact, that’s when ‘Cinderella’ is ready to party. This little charmer develops strong, wiry stems in late summer that are topped with bright pink flowers with yellow centers. The plants remain compact and will perform as well in containers as they do in the ground.
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Fantasy Cinderella Anemone - This little charmer develops strong, wiry stems in late summer that are topped with bright pink flowers with yellow centers. The plants remain compact and will perform as well in containers as they do in the ground.

Fantasy Cinderella Anemone - Top New Sun-Loving Perennials for 2014 - BHG

Fantasy Cinderella Anemone By late summer, some perennials start to look a little weary, but not ‘Cinderella’ anemone. In fact, that’s when.

Cinderella Anemone is a Japanese Windflower with sturdy pink blooms and attractive seedheads, both suitable for cut-flower arrangements.

By late summer, some perennials start to look a little weary, but not ‘Cinderella’ anemone. In fact, that’s when ‘Cinderella’ is ready to party. This little charmer develops strong, wiry stems in late summer that are topped with bright pink flowers with yellow centers. The plants remain compact and will perform as well in containers as they do in the ground.

By late summer, some perennials start to look a little weary, but not ‘Cinderella’ anemone. In fact, that’s when ‘Cinderella’ is ready to party. This little charmer develops strong, wiry stems in late summer that are topped with bright pink flowers with yellow centers. The plants remain compact and will perform as well in containers as they do in the ground.
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Starting perennials from seed is one of the most cost-effective types of gardening out there. First, seeds are MUCH less expensive than seedlings or mature plants. Second, once you get your perennials growing, they'll come back year after year. Third, you can harvest some of their seeds and plant even MORE perennials. It's a lovely circle of life, isn't it? Anyway....if you think actually GROWING perennials from seed is easier said than done, you might be surprised at this list ...
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Article about the 10 easiest flower perennials to grow from seed! From Fine Gardening.

Perennials Easily Grown from Seed: Hardy ice plant can cover a lot of ground. Silene is quick to naturalize Pink is simple and fragrant Native columbine is bright and tough

Starting perennials from seed is one of the most cost-effective types of gardening out there. First, seeds are MUCH less expensive than seedlings or mature plants. Second, once you get your perennials growing, they'll come back year after year. Third, you can harvest some of their seeds and plant even MORE perennials. It's a lovely circle of life, isn't it? Anyway....if you think actually GROWING perennials from seed is easier said than done, you might be surprised at this list ...

Starting perennials from seed is one of the most cost-effective types of gardening out there. First, seeds are MUCH less expensive than seedlings or mature plants. Second, once you get your perennials growing, they'll come back year after year. Third, you can harvest some of their seeds and plant even MORE perennials. It's a lovely circle of life, isn't it? Anyway....if you think actually GROWING perennials from seed is easier said than done, you might be surprised at this list ...
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Heteropappus Blue Knoll - An annual Heteropappus with profuse lavender-blue blooms and a neat, mound-shaped habit.
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Full Sun-Part Shade. Heteropappus Blue Knoll - An annual Heteropappus with profuse lavender-blue blooms and a neat, mound-shaped habit. For wide border by fence

Heteropappus Blue Knoll - there's something so cheery and happy about these!

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Heteropappus Blue Knoll - An annual Heteropappus with profuse lavender-blue blooms and a neat, mound-shaped habit.

Heteropappus Blue Knoll - An annual Heteropappus with profuse lavender-blue blooms and a neat, mound-shaped habit.
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Add late-summer color to your garden with Anemone Fantasy 'Pocahontas'!
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Pocahontas Windflower, Anemone Bubblegum pink, double flowers with lemon yellow centers adorn airy stems for months midsummer into fall.

'Pocahontas' anemone produces armloads of double, bubblegum pink flowers from midsummer to fall and has stocky, compact stems that won't flop over. Name: Anemone Fantasy 'Pocahontas' Growing Conditions: full sun Size: inches tall, inches wide

Add a burst of late-summer color to your garden with 'Pocahontas' anemone. Use it in the front of the border or in containers for best effect. Name: Anemone Fantasy 'Pocahontas' Growing Conditions: full sun Size: inches tall, inches wide

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Add late-summer color to your garden with Anemone Fantasy 'Pocahontas'!

Add late-summer color to your garden with Anemone Fantasy 'Pocahontas'!

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Coreopsis Creme Brulee, such a delicate pale yellow and fills in empty spaces perfectly. Blooms early mid-summer to mid-fall.

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Evening Primrose Oenothera missouriensis from Growing Colors - Low-growing perennials with cup-shaped flowers that bloom all summer. Plants tolerate hot, dry conditions and prefer well-drained soil. Use near the front of the border or in rock gardens.  Height 9-10".  Spacing 15-18"

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Candytuft 'Apple Blossom'-Iberis Umbelleta (annual)-low growing often seen in rock gardens. Can also be grown in borders or containers. Drought tolerant & works wonderfully in stone wall crevices, as an edging or a ground cover. Full sun, though it will adapt to partial shade. An average soil is fine, as long as it's well drained. Wet feet will rot the plants or cause disease.

Candytuft 'Apple Blossom' (annual) ~ low growing, often seen in rock gardens, borders or containers. Drought tolerant & works nicely in stone wall crevices, as an edging or a ground cover. Full sun, though it will adapt to partial shade.

Perennials are designed to grow back year after year, even when the winter strikes.

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Anemone Light:Sun,Part SunPlant feet tall Type:Perennial Anemones are lovely, delicate flowers that sit atop slender stems, giving them their poetic common name -- windflower

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