$3.50 – $8.95
Soil: Mesic (Medium) to Xeric (Dry)
Flowers: The 1″ flowers have 4-9 petal-like sepals, no petals, and numerous stamens and pistils. The stamens and pistils form a 1″ thimble like cylinder that extends up from the sepals.
Leaves: The whorled leaves are up to 3″ long. They are divided like the palm of a hand into pointed, oblong, toothed segments. Each whorl has 3-5 leaves.
A Thimbleweed for the woods! These plants are very similar to Anemone cylindrica They are nice for a woodland or east facing garden and like sandy, gravelly and rocky soils.
Food Uses: Plants are poisonous!
Other Uses: The seeds heads dry well and make lovely additions to dried flower bouquets. Just collect them before the seeds start to disperse.
Name: Anemone may come from the Greek word for “wind”.