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Anemone hupehensis var. japonica
Flowers | Magnoliopsida

Scientific Name - Anemone hupehensis var. japonica

Synonyms -

Popular names - japanese anemones.

Distribution and Habitat - native to China and Japan.

Description - branched stem, 1.2 m high, woody. Leaves compound, long petiolate, 3-5 leaflets, pubescent, leaflets ovate, lobed, petiole 2-5 cm. Single or double flowers arranged in branched CIME, 5-6 tepale, round, 6 cm diameter, white or pink. Blooms in September-October.

Requirements - well-drained soil, fertile, moist, sunny or partially shaded exhibitions.

Management - cut the stems at ground level late winter or early spring. Spring applied organic fertilizers in the soil. During the drought needs regular watering and rainfall.

Propagation - by dividing the spring bush, or by seeds.

Withriozitati - the species was first described by Carl Thunberg in Flora Japonica.

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