var. japonica 'Pamina'
Pamina Japanese Anemone
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.
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|Canadian Hardiness Zone|
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|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.|
|This selection features semi-double blossoms in a glowing deep rose-pink shade.|
|The A. M. Cuddy Gardens, Strathroy, Ontario, Canada.|
|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.|