Anemone ranunculoides


Quick Characteristics:

Height: 10-20cm (3.9-7.9 inch)
Flower Colors: yellow
Flower Season: mid spring
Life form: deciduous rhizome
 

Anemone ranunculoides is a rhizomatous species that should not be allowed to dry out. This species with yellow flowers is from Europe and blooms in the spring. It is unique in having up to three flowers per stem. Where their areas overlap, it can hybridize with A. nemorosa, creating the pale yellow natural hybrid Anemone xLipsiensis, named after the German city of Leipzig where it was first recorded. Photo 1 by John Lonsdale, remainder by David Pilling. Photo 2 is of commercially supplied roots on a light blue 10 mm grid; photos 3-5 are of the resulting plants two years later.

Anemone ranunculoides, John LonsdaleAnemone ranunculoides roots, 23rd September 2013, David PillingAnemone ranunculoides, 9th April 2015, David PillingAnemone ranunculoides, 9th April 2015, David PillingAnemone ranunculoides, 9th April 2015, David Pilling


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