Anemones are not related to most other bulb families but they do have tuberous rootstocks.
The striking half-filled "St. Brigid" types have a great reputation as cutflowers while the hardy Anemone Blanda's are very suitable for the rock garden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

             

  ANEMONE APENNINA
  ANEMONE BLANDA ATROCAERULEA
  ANEMONE BLANDA BLUE SHADES
  ANEMONE BLANDA CHARMER
  ANEMONE BLANDA GEMENGD 
  ANEMONE BLANDA PINK STAR
  ANEMONE BLANDA RADAR
  ANEMONE BLANDA ROSEA
  ANEMONE BLANDA VIOLET STAR
  ANEMONE BLANDA WHITE SPLENDOUR
  ANEMONE CORONARIA ADMIRAL
  ANEMONE CORONARIA BRIDE
  ANEMONE CORONARIA DE CAEN
  ANEMONE CORONARIA GOVERNOR
  ANEMONE CORONARIA HOLLANDIA
  ANEMONE CORONARIA LORD LIEUTENANT
  ANEMONE CORONARIA MOUNT EVEREST
  ANEMONE CORONARIA MR. FOKKER
  ANEMONE CORONARIA ST. BRIGID
  ANEMONE CORONARIA SYLPHIDE
  ANEMONE EXCELSIOR
  ANEMONE FULGENS
  ANEMONE HIS EXCELLENCY
  ANEMONE NEMEROSA ROBINSONIANA
  ANEMONE NEMEROSA
  ANEMONE NEMEROSA ALBA PLENO
  ANEMONE ST. BAVO

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