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Canada Anemone

Botanical Name: Anemone canadensis

En français: Anémone du Canada

Canada anemone is an easy to maintain and hardy perennial ground cover that produces lovely white buttercup flowers. Because of its rapid growth and adaptability, it would be an ideal choice for those hard to grow open spaces in your garden.

A showy, spring wildflower for naturalizing in moist areas of a wildflower or native plant garden. Also may be grown near streams, ponds or water gardens.

Can be an aggressive spreader

Colour:

Blooms:

Width: Up to 90 cm

Water: Moist

Pollinators:

Native to Canada

Best Soil: Alkaline soil, well-drained soil, Sandy soil

Its natural habitat: Meadows, borders, fence lines.

Caring for Canada Anemone

Easily grown in average, medium to wet, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, humusy soils in part shade, but tolerates full sun in cool summer climates. Avoid windy sites.

Companion plant suggestions include Cardinal flower

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Canada anemone


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