Perennial

Anemone jap. Pamina

Pamina Windflower, Japanese Anemone

  • Easy to grow
  • Less susceptible to leaf problems than other varieties
  • Denser form than other anemones
  • Profuse bloom early August through September
  • Deep pink, yellow centered, daisy-like flowers
  • Great planted in groups
There are lots of Anemones out there but we like this one because of its easy to grow nature and the fact that it seems much less susceptible to many of the leaf problems that can plague other varieties. Of course, being easy to grow means nothing if it doesn't look good. Rest assured this plant looks great with a much denser form than other Anemones and a stronger flowering arsenal with tons of deep pink, yellow centered, daisy-like flowers with a double row of petals that begin blooming in early August and continue right on through September. This blooming demon loves partial shade and is magnificent when planted in groups as it lights up the late season garden.
Partial Shade
Partial Shade

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