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Anemone hupehensis

var. japonica 'Pamina'


Pamina Japanese Anemone




            Mike's Opinion

this is Mike

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I have mixed feelings about this plant and although I appreciate the blooms I am concerned that it may become aggressive in the border since it's kin are known to spread rapidly by their underground roots.



Michael Pascoe, NDP., ODH., CLT., MSc. (Plant Conservation)

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Family
Ranunculaceae
Genus
Anemone
Species
hupehensis
Cultivar
'Pamina'
Category
Perennials
Variety
japonica
RHS Hardiness Zone
H7
Height
80-85 cm
Spread
60-90 cm
Photographs
Description and Growing Information
Flowering Period
August
Cultivation
Plants prefer a rich, moist site, spreading to form a patch. Good for part shade. Use a winter mulch in colder regions, particularly if planting in the autumn. Easily divided in early spring. Usually does not need to be staked.
Growth
Medium
Habitat
Horticultural origin.
Flower Description
This selection features semi-double blossoms in a glowing deep rose-pink shade.
Notable Specimens
The A. M. Cuddy Gardens, Strathroy, Ontario, Canada.
Propagation
Easily by division of clumps or root cuttings. Root cuttings collected in the autumn and cut into 5 cm lengths and placed horizontally in flats barley covering the top. Water and place in a cold frame until growth appears and then pot individually.
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