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Wood and Garden Anemones

Create carpets of flowers or jewel-like daubs of colour with anemones.They will flower early next spring from February to April.
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  1. Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades'

    Starting at £4.95

    Available as 10 organic tubers, 20 organic tubers, 20 tubers, 40 tubers

  2. Anemone blanda 'White Splendour'

    Starting at £6.95

    Available as 20 tubers, 40 tubers

  3. Anemone coronaria 'Bordeaux'

    £10.95

    Available as 20 tubers

  4. Anemone coronaria Jerusalem Blue

    £10.95

    Available as 20 tubers

  5. Anemone lipsiensis

    Starting at £8.50

    Available as 6 rhizomes, 3 rhizomes

  6. Anemone nemorosa (Wood Anemone)

    Starting at £6.50

    Available as 20 rhizomes, 40 rhizomes, 60 rhizomes, 100 rhizomes

  7. Anemone ranunculoides

    Starting at £4.95

    Available as 5 rhizomes, 10 rhizomes

  8. Early Spring Pot Collection

    Starting at £19.95

    Available as bulb and jumbo seedling collection

  9. Incredible Foliage Collection

    Starting at £11.95

    Available as 20 bulbs, 40 bulbs

  10. Velvet Winter Windowbox Collection

    £17.95

    Available as corm and jumbo seedling collection

  11. White Anemone Collection

    £9.95

    Available as 30 tubers

  12. Currently unavailable
    Anemone Coronaria Collection Anemone Coronaria Collection
    Anemone Coronaria Collection

    £11.50

  13. Currently unavailable
    Anemone coronaria Jerusalem Pink
    Anemone coronaria Jerusalem Pink

    Starting at £10.50

  14. Currently unavailable
    Smoky Windowbox Collection Smoky Windowbox Collection
    Smoky Windowbox Collection

    Starting at £25.95

Anemone Bulbs at Sarah Raven

These are my favourite wood and garden anemone bulbs. I love them for creating carpets of flowers or jewel-like daubs of colour in the spring.

Anemone coronaria are much hardier than they look too. I now have anemone coronarias all the way down the veg garden path in late spring. These are one of the most prolific flower-producing bulbs (strictly speaking, corms) you can grow, which give buckets and buckets of cut flowers from planting both inside and out.