How to take root cuttings of Japanese anemones video

How to propagate Japanese anemones

Japanese anemones are ideal for growing in the dry, dappled shade beneath trees – here's how to get more of them by taking root cuttings.

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Japanese anemones are a valuable addition to any garden, flowering from late summer right through autumn, even in a shady spot. Autumn is also the time to take root cuttings, and in this Gardeners’ World video guide Carol Klein takes you through the simple process. Watch now to find out how easy it is to propagate Japanese anemones from root cuttings.