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  1. Nadezhda Guramova, Zlatoust

    It is not possible to germinate a crown anemone in a greenhouse: the nodules either rot or do not germinate at all, then someone eats them. Is it possible to immediately plant plants in open ground?

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      - Unfortunately, even well-preserved in winter by the growers themselves A. crown tubers do not always sprout by 80-100%. Purchased planting material is often of poor quality, it is dry or with traces of rot. In addition, many anemone lovers pre-plant the tubers in the greenhouse (and when the threat of return frosts has passed, they are transferred to the open ground with a large clod of earth) for several years in a row. But for this crop, crop rotation is important: you can return it to the place where it has already grown, the next time you can only after 4-5 years (or the soil on this mini-garden needs to be completely changed). Humidity is maintained at an average level - you cannot overdry or overfill Otherwise, the plant will be very sick, suffer from the attack of various pests.

      The anemone is immediately planted on the flowerbed at the end of May, choosing a sunny (but shaded at midday hours) or partial shade place. If you are afraid to confuse where the nodules are up or down, you can plant it sideways. Soak them in Epin solution for a day before planting. If the soil is clayey, be sure to provide drainage, add ash (2 tbsp / sq. M) to the soil. Water on time. A couple of times in the first half of summer, feed with a complex mineral fertilizer (according to the instructions). Flowering will begin in July-August and will last until the frost.
      In cold regions, the rhizome is dug up for the winter, dried and stored with a lump of earth in the cellar until spring.

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  2. Tatiana Mikhailovna Fedorova

    Anemone canadian (Anemone canadensis)

    Description.
    Perennial plant with erect stems up to 60 cm. Leaves are split, when they are opened with a brownish-purple tint. Flowers are single, white. They blossom in late May - early June. Flowering can last for a month. Agrotechnics. This plant does not require special care, well tolerates near Moscow winters. Plant a. Canadian is better in the penumbra, since in nature it grows in forests. The soil prefers treated, loose, nutritious, moderately moist. At one point a long time grows.

    Reproduction. Propagates more often by cuttings or root offsprings, less often by seeds. Using. Unlike other anemones that blossom in the spring and early summer, and by the middle of June die, this species remains ornamental from early spring, when its carved leaves are painted in purple tones, until the fall, when its leaves turn purple again. The very place of the Canadian anemone in a shady garden, among other shade-tolerant and shade-loving cultures. It is good in and of itself, and in group plantings.

    Anemones of Canadian root shoots are formed, because of which it can grow rapidly. Forms picturesque curtains, which at the end of May are covered with snow-white caps of flowers.

    anemona-kanadskaya

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  3. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Anemone narcissiflora (Anemone narcissifor lor)

    Description. A beautiful plant, perennial with a height of up to 40, see Leaves pubescent, deeply dissected. White flowers with a slight lemon tide and bright yellow stamens really look like narcissus flowers. Blossom in early June, flowering continues almost all summer, until mid-August. Sometimes the outer part of the petals becomes pink. Flowers are arranged singly or by 3 - 8 pcs. Agrotechnics. This is a very unpretentious plant. It grows best on sunny or slightly shaded areas with well drained, loamy soil. Excessive moisturizing, like a lack of moisture, tolerates poorly. The venenian grows rather quickly, but it is not aggressive, it behaves delicately with other plants. In one place without transplantation can grow 5 - 6 years.

    Reproduction. It reproduces by dividing the bush (immediately after flowering), more rarely by seeds. Gives self-sowing.

    Using. This stably ornamental plant looks beautiful in group and single plantings, against the backdrop of a lawn or small stones. It can be used to design an average mixborder plan. This kind of anemone looks fresh in spring.

    vetrennica-foto2

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  4. Anna

    Crowned venison (Anemone coronaria)

    Description. A perennial plant with a height of 45 cm with a tuberous rhizome. Stems erect, leaves pinnately divided. Flowers up to 8 cm in diameter. Depending on the variety - simple or terry.

    The color is white, pink, red, lilac, lilac. They are dismissed in August. Agrotechnics. He loves plots under the canopy of trees. Soil prefers well drained, light and nutritious. Do not be alarmed if, after buying, you open the package and find there strange "pebbles" of the wrong shape: for tubers of an anemone, crowned IT is normal.
    It is enough to hold them in water or in a weak solution of "Epin-Extra" for 3 - 4 days, and they are quite ready for planting. They are planted at the end of April - May. Since an anemone in the middle zone of Russia is not sufficiently winter-hardy, there are two ways in the autumn: dig out its tubers and put it »on storage or leave in the ground at your own peril. Only be sure to carefully cover the planting with fallen leaves or compost, and top cover with a burrs or spunbond so that the snow is better delayed.

    Reproduction. Propagates mainly by seeds. They sow them right after harvesting, at the end of August. Using. You can plant the windbreaker in separate groups, but it looks best in the mixboarder, on the middle plane.

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  5. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Here is a beautiful variety (kind of rather)

    Anemone oak (Anemone nemorosa)

    Description. A beautiful, long-legged perennial plant, reaching a height of about 25 cm. The rhizome is horizontal, branched and grows quite rapidly. The leaves are cut three times. Flowers up to 6 cm in diameter, snow-white, with a barely perceptible purple hue. Bloom very early, usually in mid-April. Flowering, if the spring is cool, can last until mid-May. Agrotechnics. The vetrene is winter hardy, but in especially severe winters the rudiments of flowers can be damaged. This plant is demanding of moisture and fertility, it does not tolerate dry and poor soils. It is easily sown by itself, forming picturesque glades. Rhizomes also grow rapidly, but not aggressively and do not interfere with the normal development of other cultures. Reproduction. Breeding an anemone oak grove with rhizomes or seeds.

    Using. This anemone is an ephemeroid, that is, it grows in the early spring, blossoms - and closer to the end of June, when the trees completely open their leaves, retires into rest. This feature must be taken into account when composing compositions. Undoubtedly, best of all. The oak grove looks in company with other early-springing species - the woods, chionodox, hohlatki, liverworts, thick-walled.

    vetrennica-foto

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  6. Irina

    Anemone of Hubei 'Hadspen Abundance' (Anemone hupehensis)

    Description. A perennial plant with branching stems, reaches 80 in height. The leaves are gray-green, pubescent, three-reedistorassed. Flowers up to 8 cm in diameter, rich pink, with round petals, collected in loose terminal inflorescences. They are dismissed in August-September.
    Agrotechnics.

    Autumn anemones are unpretentious, grow well in an open, sunny area (but very sunny), and in the penumbra. For them, the time of transplantation is very important. If you want to plant an anemone in the garden or transplant it, you can do it only in the spring before the beginning of active growth - in May it's time. Better, of course, take root in young plants.

    Adult shrubs are not well tolerated. In the middle zone of Russia they hibernate without shelter, only young specimens should be covered. This species grows rather quickly, but it is not aggressive. Reproduction. Fission of rhizomes in spring. Using. Neither there is a place in group and single landings, as part of mixborders in the middle or background. It is well combined with autumn-bearing aconites, perennial asters, klopogon, high grasses, hydrangea, and globular hydrangea. An unusual, but spectacular duet of anemones - with hoods.

    anemona-hubeiskaya-foto

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  7. Svetlana Portnikhina

    Anemone crown winters in the open ground in the middle of Russia with varying success. To accurately conserve this flower, it is better to store rhizomes in a warm room. Clean the rhizomes from the ground and keep them until cool in the spring.
    In the same way, you can dig out and store a delicate heat-loving buttercup, that one. which has beautiful double, peony-like flowers. Its tuberous roots are dug up at the same time, then incubated for two weeks at a temperature of +20 ° C, waiting until they dry out. And only then they put them in boxes, pouring peat, preferably dry. Store the buttercup at a temperature of + 4 ... + 6 ° C.

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  8. Ekaterina Vasilievna NIKITINA, Ivanovo Region, the town of Gavrilov Posad

    Anemones are beautiful and elegant plants for the garden, but often when growing them you can encounter difficulties. We’ll talk about them.
    So, first of all, we must remember that there are two categories of anemone - these are tuberous and rhizome. Rhizome anemones are quite unpretentious to the growing conditions, therefore, usually there are no difficulties with them. Tuberous anemones of mistakes in care will not be forgiven and they need to be monitored more carefully.
    When planting an anemone, you should immediately ensure that the following conditions exist:
    1) fertile loose soil;
    2) landing place - partial shade;
    3) good drainage during planting.
    The soil should not be too acidic, so before planting in the topsoil it is advisable to add dolomite flour or wood ash. In addition, it is advisable to add sand to the soil - this will increase its water permeability, make it more loose and breathable.
    During growing anemone, the main thing that you need to pay attention to is proper watering. Both deficiency and excess moisture are detrimental to plants. For proper water balance in the soil, it is advisable to use mulching. The foliage of mature trees is well suited for anemone. Sing mulch - about 5 cm. In addition, it will help restrain the growth of weeds.
    During flowering, fertilizing with complex mineral fertilizers is especially useful. But if the planting site of the anemone was well fertilized, then top dressing can be ruled out.
    In the middle belt, anemones can be left to winter in the open ground. Before wintering, the layer of mulch should be doubled and the shelter made of lapnika. In more severe regions with frosty and prolonged winters, it is necessary to dig up the rhizomes and tubers of plants. All the dug out parts are well dried and stored in cool rooms.

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