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Anemone multifida 'Annabella Deep Rose'


Anemone multifida 'Annabella Deep Rose' (Anemone multifida)

A small plant, but it should spread.



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Charming....

6 May, 2011

 

Thanks - it's another 'tiny' that you gave to stop and look at, rather than walk past. :-)

7 May, 2011

 

Mine is in bud. I'm so excited because when Ibought it last year it only had one flower, and this year it looks to have quite a few. As you say, it's beautiful but you have to know where to look for it!

7 May, 2011

 

I like 'tinies'. :-)))

7 May, 2011

 

Yes, me too. One of my fave. flowers is hepatica nobilis. I had one in my old garden at the front of a raised rockery. When we took the rockery out to make a car port it got moved but didn't survive in it's new home...sad. I really will try to get one for my little alpine space around the driftwood this year. They are treasures!

8 May, 2011

 

That is sad - I really like Hepaticas, but you probably know that already. :-)

9 May, 2011

 

That is lovely, good name too :0))

13 May, 2011

 

:-))

14 May, 2011



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