Anemone Blanda


5 – 8


4 – 6 inches


full sun to part shade

By: Meriel Bradley

 The Anemone Blanda is commonly known as Grecian Wildflower. 

Its bright daisy-like flowers appear in early spring in a range of colours including blue, purple, pink, and white.

It’s perfect for naturalizing under trees and shrubs, and its early spring blooms attract pollinators such as bees.

Pre-soak tubers for four to six hours before planting in an organically rich, well-draining soil.

Quick Facts

Does best in part shade

Zones 5 – 9

Common name is Grecian Wildflower

Will naturalize easily

Blooms in early spring

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