Hollandia is a bright cherry red variety of Anemone De Caen. Perfectly formed cup-shaped flowers are produced atop 30cm stems, with a contrasting black central ball surrounded by a white border. A gorgeous addition to any garden, flowering April-May. Perfect for brightening up the patio in pots or containers, or used as ground cover in the border with their lush foliage creating a dense carpet.
Early summer flowering anemone. Herbaceous and perennial and will form clumps in moist and lightly shaded positions. Kidney-shaped basal leaves and very attractive delicate white flowers with green centres and purple anthers. Hardy. H:50cm. .
Vigorous low growing woody based perennial. From spring to early summer produces very pretty lavender-blue flowers with creamy-grey backs that are larger than the flowers borne by the parent wild species . Plant in humus rich soil that remains cool and moist throughout the year, for example in partial shade under deciduous trees or shrubs or in a woodland garden. . Hardy. H:15cm.
Clump-forming perennial. Lobed mid green leaves. Erect stems bearing umbels of saucer-shaped white flowers, tinged blue on the reverse Flowers early summer. Moist but well-drained soil in sun or partial shade. H:50cm.
Raised from the outstanding Anemone 'Wild Swan', although taller in stature, and retaining its parents' clump-forming and early, sustained flowering habit , as well as the attractive blue flower reverse. White flowers from mid-June to end October. Best in fertile soil in sun or shade. H: 60-80cm
Large, architechtural herb. Thick lush stems and fleshy leaves. Impressive green/yellowish flowerheads in summer. Will attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects. Prefers semi shade or moister soils in the sun. H:1.5m