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Posted by jujujojo none (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 23, 13 at 23:25

Are they?

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RE: This appears to bloom in fall -

one of the Japanese anemones, not certain which. i love these, have white single blooming now ('Honorine Jobert') and the lovely double darker pink/lavender 'Pamina' as well. enjoy!!


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Posted by roxanna z5b MA (My Page) on Wed, Oct 23, 13 at 23:30

Picture taken in Southern China and they appear to be wild (species).


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this is from Wikipedia:

A. hupehensis is native to central China, though it has been naturalised in Japan for hundreds of years.

The species was first named and described in Flora Japonica (1784), by Carl Thunberg. Thunberg had collected dried specimens while working as a doctor for the Dutch East Indies Company.[4] In 1844, Robert Fortune brought the plant to England from China, where he found it often planted about graves.


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My anemones are just starting to bloom now and its freezing alot of nights, so I am covering them up. I hope they get to bloom a little bit at least. this has to be waaaay too late; not normal?


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looks like my charlotte.

Lisa


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robistissma


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I'm in Texas, zone 7b and 8 .. I've brought one from England, it looks just like this picture, I hope and pray it survives this winter, any suggestions or helpful advice??? molly

sewnmom7@yahoo.com


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Posted by ishareflowers 6a. MA. (My Page) on Sun, Nov 3, 13 at 17:14

I love that cultivar!


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