Posted: 05/08/2016 at 19:09
Ladybird, you got it !
These anemones are unlike the japanese varieties. They flower from spring to autumn, they look delightful when the breeze rocks the flower heads to reveal glimpses of those blue backs, they are more compact and are not invasive.
Many have despaired of invasive japanese varieties....they are almost impossible to eradicate it seems. Took me 4 years to eventually get rid of suckers. In a friend's garden I planted September Charm in her semi wild border.....looks wonderful but now, after 7 or 8 years, occupies 3 or 4 metres
if you don't know of Wild Swan check it out