Anemone De Caen Mixed

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Please Note: Due to pre existing Quarantine laws we cannot send any bulbs to Western Australia and Tasmania. You may need to find bulb suppliers in your areas. Sorry we can't help you. 


Stunning bedding anemone flowering mid-winter. A stunning mix of all colours and bi-colours. Flowers are born above neat 'parsley' like foliage. Anemones are easy to grow, flowering for months with little effort and make a lovely cut flower. 

Growing Tips

Soak your bulbs overnight in a class of water with 1/3 strength seasol solution. The bulbs will swell overnight, and be perfect for planting the following day. This helps to create a more uniform flowering period. 

Anemones prefer a full sun or partly shaded position. Prepare your soil to a depth of 20cm, ensuring the soil is light and fluffy. Plant bulbs approximately 10cm apart and 2cm deep. 



Botantical name

Anemone coronaria






Early to Mid Spring


Cool to Mediterranean


Full Sun


Growing Conditions Detailed

Botanical name: Anemone

Family: Ranunculaceae

Height: 20-30cm (1ft) 


Planting time: Autumn until early May.

Depth & spacing
5cm deep. 10-15cm apart.

Full sun to only light shade. But will tolerate more shade in warmer climates. 

Well draining, fairly rich.

Start watering when growth appears above ground and keep soil slightly moist until foliage dies off after flowering. Once the bulb has disappeared below ground it is in its dormant state and doesn't need much water then. Over-watering will cause them to rot so you don't want that. 

Use a  complete liquid fertiliser like Thrive once you see it sprouting above ground and continue to give it a feed every 2 weeks till the foliage has completely died off. 
Alternatively you can apply a granular bulb fertiliser when you see them sprouting above ground. Be sure to water it in. 
 They do love a good feed with so many flowers being produced. 

Flowering time
Late Winter until early or mid Spring

Cool to subtropical. 

After flowering care
Leave these in the g round. You may find they start to flower less after a few years so its best to add some more each year. 

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