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Anemone hupehensis

Anemone hupehensis or Chinese Anemone is also known as Anemone scabiosa, Anemone hupehensis var. japonica, Anemone x. hybrida, Thimbleweed, Windlower, Japanese Anemone, or Japanese Windflower.

It is part of the Ranunculaceae family of plants. Anemone hupehbensis is a herbaceous perennial. Anemone hupehbensis is clump-forming. It is native to China, but it has been naturalized in Japan.

Flowers have five-petals. They are light pink, purple, or white. Anemone hupehbensis flowers from the summer to early autumn. The flowers are about 5cm or 2in in diameter. Anemone hupehbensis grows to about 3ft or 1m.

Anemone hupehbensis
Anemone hupehbensis

How to grow Anemone hupehbensis:

Grow Anemone hupehbensis in full sun or partial shade. Plant it in any type of soil but moist and well-drained. Avoid excessive moisture or watering. They do better in shady areas where they are protected or sheltered by large trees.

Once the flowers are done, cut the old stems back. They can become invasive under the right circumstances as they increase by suckers. Watch out for slugs and caterpillars as well as leaf eelworms, powdery mildew, or anemone smuts.

Anemone hupehbensis
Anemone hupehbensis
Anemone hupehbensis
Anemone hupehbensis

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