Every year, the same thing. I've forgotten all about these tiny little jewels, and then, in early April, BAM! there they are, just a few, random scattered about. Except, their BAM is more like a bam. Ours are the truest of blue, and most welcome in the otherwise barren front border. A month from now, I will have forgotten about them again - they will have gone in hiding for the summer.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|Jennifer Griffith||Jun 02, 2008||We have tried for about 3 years to get these Anemone blanda to bloom, and we keep failing.
It is so nice to know that they actually do grow, for some people. Great photo, too.|
|John P. TenNapel||Apr 22, 2012||Just saying hello!
We used to live in Westfield New Jersey!
My hobby is gardening. Finding your website was easy and I compliment you for the fine collection of plants you offer. At the moment we enjoy the tulips and hya-cints that are grown across the road from where we live. Take care, John|
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