Growing guide

How to grow spring-flowering anemones

Charming, cheery and colourful, these compact, early flowering anemones thrive in sun or light shade, producing saucer-shaped or daisy-like blooms. They’re ideal for growing in containers, at the front of borders and under trees.

Quick facts

  • Grow in sun or light shade
  • Compact, so ideal for small spaces
  • Most like rich, free-draining soil
  • For borders, containers and under trees
  • Plant in autumn or spring

All you need to know

Before you get started
Ongoing care
Pruning and training
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