September Charm Anemone | LawnCare by Walter, Inc.

September Charm Anemone

September 1, 2023

September Charm Anemone

Characteristics & Cultural Requirements

  • Height/Spread: 2 to 4 feet tall by 2 to 3 feet wide
  • Habit/Form: Upright, spreading
  • Hardiness Zone: 4 to 8
  • Exposure: Full sunlight to partly shaded area
  • Soil: Moist, well-drained

Ornamental Value/Landscape Use

September charm anemone is a delightfully late-blooming perennial that complements a perennial border. Best grown in partly shaded areas while protected from strong winds, this perennial blooms from August to October. The frosted pink blooms are laced with hints of rose-pink colors with a golden yellow center. The delicate blooms dance atop wiry, graceful stems rising above attractive dark green foliage. September charm anemone, also known as windflower, can be slow to mature, but will eventually become established by spreading rhizomes. Anemone is best grown in rich, moist soil that drains well.

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