- Phonetic Spelling
- ah-NEM-oh-nee BLAN-dah
- This plant has high severity poison characteristics.
- See below
Anemone blanda flowers in spring (April-May) and lasts about 4 weeks. This plant reproduces by seeds and tubers and require a warm (50-65 degrees F) to cool (28-32 degrees F) to warm (50-65 degrees F) annual thermoperiodic cycle. Make sure to keep it moist during fall and spring.
Organ: Tuber (also a perennial bulb and spring bulb)
Depth: 5 in. to base of the tuber
Space: 1-2 in. apart, 25-60 per sq. ft.
Light: Full sunlight to PM only sunlight
Found in: Landscape in flower gardens, as herbaceous perennial; used in beds
Hardiness: Hardy I- injured below 23 degrees F (-5 degrees C) when planted
- Recommended Propagation Strategy:
- Country Or Region Of Origin:
- Asia Minor
- Particularly Resistant To (Insects/Diseases/Other Problems):
Whole Plant Traits:
- Plant Type:
- Herbaceous Perennial
- Full sun (6 or more hours of direct sunlight a day)
- Available Space To Plant:
- Less than 12 inches
- Fruit Description:
- This plant has small fruits often with plumose tails.
- Flower Color:
- Flower Bloom Time:
- Flower Description:
- Flowers bloom in spring (April-May). They are white, yellow-green, red, or purple, and cup-shaped with 5-many petal-like parts and many stamens.
- Leaf Color:
- Leaf Arrangement:
- Hairs Present:
- Leaf Description:
- Leaves are alternate or whorled and finely divided.
- Stem Is Aromatic:
- Landscape Location:
- Landscape Theme:
- Rock Garden
- Design Feature:
- Resistance To Challenges:
- Contact Dermatitis
- Poison Severity:
- Poison Symptoms:
- TOXIC ONLY IF LARGE QUANTITIES EATEN. CAUSES SEVERE PAIN IN THE MOUTH IF EATEN! Poisonous through ingestion and dermatitis. (Poisonous parts: All parts when fresh). Symptoms may include: Inflammation and blistering upon contact with fresh sap; irritation of mouth, vomiting and diarrhea following ingestion
- Poison Toxic Principle:
- Causes Contact Dermatitis:
- Poison Part: