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Anemone Pamina

Anemone 'Pamina'

Naturalizes into Large, Glorious Colonies

Item # 48964

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Award of Garden Merit of the Royal Horticultural Society

Anemone plants are commonly called windflowers for their flowers that gently sway in the breeze. This windflower's double rosettes of broad overlapping deep rose-pink petals and frilly golden stamen ring arise on long, slender, wiry stems in late summer and fall and persist freely and continuously for weeks.

'Pamina' is not only one of the longest-blooming perennials in the garden but also one of the most compact anemones, growing to 3 feet tall and wide. But over time, it will naturalize into large, glorious colonies that attract oodles of butterflies. But deer and rabbits will leave it alone.

It prefers fertile, moist, humus-rich, slightly alkaline soil but grows in a wide range of soils, including chalk, clay, loam, and sand. It also prefers soil with good drainage but will tolerate slightly wetter soil; however, it may not survive wet winter conditions. It's tolerant of the briny breezes in coastal areas but should be protected from heavy winds in all environments.

Uses: Beds, Borders, Underplanting for Trees and Shrubs