Anemone blanda blue-flowered

winter windflower blue-flowered bulbs

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Buy Anemone blanda blue-flowered winter windflower blue-flowered bulbs: A carpet of bright blue daisy-like flowers

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: well-drained, humus-rich soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: March to April
  • Hardiness: fully hardy
  • Bulb size: 4/5

    This is a wonderful plant that produces cheerful, daisy-like flowers in shades of blue and purple in March and April. These are perfect plants for naturalising in a mixed border around the base of deciduous shrubs, or adding spring colour to the edge of a woodland garden. For maximum impact, plant wood anemones in bold drifts in September or October, and if happy, they should spread quite quickly.

  • Garden care: Soak the tubers overnight in cool water and plant them (it doesn't matter which way up) 5cm deep and 15cm apart in well-drained, humus-rich soil. Ideally you should choose a spot where they can be left undisturbed so they can naturalise and spread.

  • CAUTION do not eat ornamental bulbs

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I would buy this product again.


Lovely flowers, very pretty. A nce blue




Everyone should grow these


Planted in a pot for the spring and then transferred to the garden where they naturalise to form a delightful blue carpet which gets bigger every year. They are completely hardy, love sun and well drained soil but will also grow in heavy clay in shade, plus the dainty foliage fades away quickly and neatly after flowering - no wonder I think they are the perfect spring bulb.

Janet B



Good value windflowers


Last year I bought these as bulbs and planted them in small pots to plant into flower beds in the spring. The pots all flowered well and I found this a very economical way of adding to the display of windflowers.

Lynn at Rushden



Overall great service and reliably great product


I plant these in containers with some yellow pansies close to a glass door so I can see them in the darker months when I need something to cheer me up!


N N England

Lovely low key flowers


I was amazed by the cloud of little blue flowers I got from a few bulbs. Very long lasting, and super effective at the front of a border.


Scottish Borders


A real stunner....


This was delivered ( as usual) in excellent packaging. Put it in the garden in it's pot - then forgot about it and went off on holiday for three of the hottest weeks of the year, leaving it with minimal access to water. Came back and it was twice the size and blooming... this is a VERY easy care plant!

Lady Emsworth

South Coast


always reliable and so beautiful as an edging plant


edging plant on patio and rockery

yorkshire liz

hebden bridge


Bulb Lasagne


these were part of Crocuses 'Bulb Lasagne' which along with clear instructions gave a beautiful ,fragrant and long lasting display. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending them to anyone

Pat Planter



Amazing blue


Brilliant as front of border




Pretty and reliable


Tiny bulbs so easy to plant. I actually forgot about them until they popped up to surprise me!


Kent coast



4.9 17


A new spring border for a windy garden Hi I have just had a hedge taken down and have a new border. It is overshadowed by a large eucalyptus tree and is in dappled shade until the afternoon, then it is in full sun. I am on top of the Chiltern Hills at 500' elevation and it can be windy. I would like a spring flowering border. I was thinking Hellebores, Pulmonaria and Aquilegias. Any suggestions, please? Nicholas


Hello Nicholas, If the bed is very windy, then I would keep most things low so they don't get blown over. Therefore, along with the ones you have already selected, I would look at the following. Convallaria Epimedium Euphorbia amygdaloides Bergenia Anemone blanda I hope this gives you a few ideas. Helen Plant Doctor

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