Anemone coronaria Mistral Magenta
Anemone "Magenta" Mistral coronaria
Anemone "Magenta" Mistral coronaria
Anemone "Magenta" Mistral coronaria
Anemone "Magenta" Mistral coronaria
Anemone "Magenta" Mistral coronaria
Anemone "Magenta" Mistral coronaria
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Anemone "Magenta" Mistral coronaria

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The Anemone coronaria 'Mistral®' hybrids "Italian Anemone" is a rare new anemone variety straight from Italy! This beautiful and elegant variety arrives clad in deep maroon petals, each punctuated by a sparkling purple center. The foliage is light green, and its beauty adds to the overall appeal of these anemones. Naturalizing easily, these charming plants will make a stunning effect planted "en masse" in the garden border or container and can last up to 2 weeks in a vase. Cutting them encourages longer stems and more blooms!

USDA Zones: 8 - 10, but can be annuals anywhere Sunlight: Full Sun To Partial Shade Water: Moderate Bloom Season: Early Spring until July Soil: light, loamy, sandy Rate of growth: average (takes about 2 months to sprout and 3 to flower) Hardiness: fully hardy Height: 10-20 cm (8 - 12 in) Width: 3 - 4 inches Use: Containers, garden beds and borders, Mediterranean, rock gardens, woodlands, long-lasting bouquets Warning: Can be toxic to dogs and cats. For the best cut flowers it is advisable to cut the flower when it is well-formed and the petal length exceeds the length of the corolla. Early morning cutting also creates a better quality flower and stem length. If you cut flowers regularly, tubers will put their energy into producing a new stem.