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The mid-green foliage is finely serrated. They bloom in early to mid-spring and look quite nice when paired with the vibrant sunset tones of Ranunculus. The similarity of height, flower, and habit makes a happy combination.
Anemone Coronaria is an excellent subject for container gardening and is a reliable performer. Be sure you don't confuse this dainty tuber with its giant cousin, Anemone Hupehensis Japonica. A. Japonica is the hardy, fibrous-rooted perennial so well beloved in the fall border. A. Japonica can reach 4 feet in height with pink or white semi-double blooms loosely clustered on long stems atop grey-green foliage. Though it can be potted, it thrives most when given a wide range to grow in. But, for fall planting fun and great container charm, Anemone Coronaria remains a winner.