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Anemone Hollandia

Poppy Anemone

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Anemone Hollandia, like sparkling jewels, flaunt scarlet-red single flowers embellished with a prominent dark button. The button is encircled by a halo of white brushstrokes. Equally elegant in the garden for showstopping color or filling your favorite vase. Finely cut foliage complements the flowers and will die back during the plant’s dormant period. *NOTE: Bulbs will need to be lifted in fall in zones 3-6.



Plant Type Bulbs

Species coronaria

Height Short 10-12"

Spacing Plant 3-4" apart

Bloom Time Late Spring to Early Summer

Sun / Shade Full Sun to Mostly Sunny

Zones 3-10

Soil Type Normal, Sandy

Sold In Bags of 15

Special Features

  • Beneficial for Pollinators
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Deer Resistant
  • Rabbit Resistant
  • OK in Containers

Anemone General Information

Brightly colored flowers of Anemone coronaria flower from May to June with contrasting dark centers. Commonly called Poppy Anemones or Florists Anemone, they make excellent cut flowers. They are a welcome splash of color in late spring gardens and containers. Finely cut foliage complements the flowers and will die back during the plant’s dormant period. Anemone coronaria will only last one year (except in zones 7-10) but can be lifted and stored over the winter in colder zones. Here are Instructions for doing that. Our Anemone coronaria are guaranteed to reach you in good condition and to grow, but our guarantee does not cover winter losses.

Anemone Plant Care

Plant after danger of frost has passed. Soak the corms in lukewarm water overnight to hasten development. Plant in a sunny to part shade location in rich, well-drained soil. Plant in groups for the best show. If needed, in sandy or clay soil, amend with peat moss. Spread 3-4” of amendment with fertilizer and incorporate into soil to a depth of 10 inches. Space corms 3-4” apart and 4” deep. Water thoroughly at planting and while growing. In zones 3-6, lift corms in fall after the leaves have yellowed and died back. Let corms dry for a few days in the sun and store in sand at 50-60℉ to overwinter. Anemone coronaria will return next year in zones 7-10, but tubers can be lifted, overwintered, and replanted in zones 3-6 by following these Instructions. Anemones can be started indoors four to six weeks before the frost-free outdoor planting date if desired, then transferred outside when danger of frost has subsided.

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We offer a 100% guarantee for all our accent annuals and bulbs to reach you in good condition and come up. If you're not satisfied, we'll reship or refund immediately. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have questions or concerns—we share your passion for gardening and want your new plants to thrive in your border!

Shipping Details

We ship accent annuals and bulbs based on the best planting time for your growing zone (see the approximate dates below), unless otherwise indicated at checkout. If you wish, you can indicate a specific ship date during checkout.

Spring-Planted Accent Annuals

  • Zone 3, 4: Early to Mid May
  • Zone 5: Late April to Early May
  • Zone 6: Mid to Late April
  • Zone 7: Early to Mid April
  • Zone 8: Late March to Early April
  • Zone 9, 10: Late March

Fall-Planted Bulbs

  • Zone 2, 3, 4: Early September
  • Zone 5: Early to Mid September
  • Zone 6: Mid September
  • Zone 7: Mid to Late September
  • Zone 8, 9, 10: Late September to Early October

Holiday Bulbs

  • Early November through mid December