Has anyone grown Japanese anemones in containers?

terryo2November 6, 2011

I see Japanese anemones blooming now in New York city gardens and just love them. Has anyone had success growing them in containers (zone 6b or lower)? If so, any tips?

Thanks, Terry

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calistoga_al

No one in zone 6 has responded Terry. Here in zone 9 they are a popular garden plant that can just as easily be grown in containers. In your zone you would probably need to move the container for SOME winter protection, although they are amazingly hardy. Al

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