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Anemone Bulbs

Our Anemone Bulbs for sale are hardy, daisy-like flowers that come in a variety of hues and produce blankets of color in the spring. When planted in drifts, the masses of blooms may last 4-6 weeks beginning in March. Fern-like foliage adds to its charm and also makes Anemone an excellent border plant.

Anemone Bulbs for Sale

Easy to grow and dependable, anemone's daisy-like flowers add color and charm to the spring garden. They also naturalize well, so you can enjoy these beauties year after year. For an impressive effect, plant these low-growing flowers in drifts. They also look good in front borders. For the best anemone displays, start with top-quality bulbs and top-performing varieties.

For over 175 years, K. van Bourgondien has been supplying quality flower bulbs to gardeners. We offer a good selection of anemones for sale, including anemone varieties that you won't find in just any retail garden store. Because we sell in flower bulbs bulk, our anemone flowers for sale are very economical, too. When you buy anemone from, you'll get top-quality anemone bulbs delivered right to your door.

When Should You Plant Anemone Bulbs?

Anemones, depending on the variety, can be spring-blooming flowers or early summer-blooming flowers. Our fall-planted anemone bulbs should be planted in the fall before the ground freezes, and they bloom in the spring. Other anemones, like Anemone coronaria, are not cold hardy and should be planted in the springtime.

Where Do You Plant Anemone Flower Bulbs?

Anemone bulbs are fairly easy to grow, as long as you plant them in the right place.
  • Anemone bulbs, like other flower bulbs, should be planted in well-drained garden soil. If planting anemone bulbs in containers, use quality potting soil and make sure the pot has drainage holes.
  • Plant the anemone flower bulbs 3 inches deep and 2-3 inches apart. Soaking the bulbs in lukewarm water for a few hours before planting will help them develop strong roots.
  • Anemone bulbs should receive at least four hours of direct sunlight daily. Unlike some flower bulbs, anemone flower bulbs do well in full sun to partial shade.
  • How Do You Maintain Anemone Bulbs?

  • Anemones flowers will come back year after year. To keep those spring blooms coming, add some bone meal to the soil in the fall.
  • Anemone bulbs have average water needs and should receive about 1 inch of rainfall weekly during the growing season.
  • If the soil dries out during the growing and blooming season, water the anemone flowers.
  • Anemone Bulb Tips & Tricks

  • Mulching helps suppress weeds and retain moisture. It can also help protect the anemone bulbs from the winter elements.
  • After the anemone flowers bloom, allow the foliage to fade naturally. The foliage helps provide the nutrition for next year's flowers.
  • During the flowering season, make sure you snip a few flowers for cut floral arrangements. That way you can enjoy these charmers indoors and out.
  • Like other flower bulbs, anemone flowers like well-drained soil. You can improve the soil's drainage by adding compost.
  • Do Anemones Come Back Every Year?

    Yes, anemones bulbs are perennial plants, which means they have the ability to come back and grow for multiple years. Some varieties may require extra care or protection during harsh winters to ensure their survival and consistent return year after year.

    Are Anemone Flowers Invasive?

    Anemone flowers can exhibit invasive tendencies, depending on the specific species and growing conditions. Some varieties, such as the Japanese Anemone (Anemone hupehensis), have been known to spread vigorously and self-seed, potentially becoming invasive in certain regions. It is important to choose non-invasive species and manage their growth to prevent them from overtaking other plants or natural habitats.
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