Anemones are beautiful flowers, though their name makes many think of Finding Nemo. These beauties are cold hardy, but much like ranunculus, do not tolerate extremely cold temperatures. For that reason, we have them under low tunnels and put frost cloths on whenever the forecast gets into the low twenties. They have been slow to come up this year, but we are looking forward to seeing them once they are in full bloom. 

Getting Beds Ready

10.31.2020 Above was us working the ground. Mixing in manure compost before putting the babies in the ground. 

 Baby anemones

11.15.2020 This picture shows a baby anemone just popping up above soil level. 


1.4.2021 The two pictures above show where the anemones are at currently. Some of them are HUGE, some are below the surface, and others are just making their appearances.

1.28.2021 OUR FIRST BLOOM. We don’t have a great stand on the plants as you can tell, but the plants that are up are looking great! 

1.29.2021 I cut the little guy the morning after finding it and here it is all opened up and beautiful ☺️ 

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