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Grecian Windflowers – Anemone Blanda Mix – 25 Pack

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$4.99

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Description

Transform your garden into a colorful paradise with the enchanting Grecian Windflowers – Anemone Blanda Mix – 25 Pack. This delightful blend features daisy-like flowers in a captivating array of deep and light blues, pristine white, and delicate shades of pink, adding a touch of whimsy and charm to any landscape.

Key Features:
– Mix of deep and light blues, white, and pink flowers create a captivating and vibrant display.
– Adaptable to various light conditions, thriving in both full sun and partial shade.
– Easy-to-grow bulbs suitable for moist, well-drained soil, making them ideal for garden beds, borders, and containers.
– Forms attractive colonies over time, enhancing the natural beauty of the planting area.

Additional Information:
Plant Height: Reaches a height of 4-6 inches, providing a low-growing carpet of charming blooms.
Bloom Time: Expect a profusion of blooms in mid-spring, adding bursts of color to your garden.
Hardiness Zone: Suitable for hardiness zones 4-10, ensuring widespread adaptability and reliability.

Elevate your outdoor space with the enchanting beauty and effortless elegance of Grecian Windflowers – Anemone Blanda Mix – 25 Pack. Perfect for adding splashes of color to garden beds or borders, these charming flowers will captivate with their cheerful hues and delicate blooms.


Planting and Maintenance Tips:

Light Requirements: Flourishes in full sun to partial shade environments.
Planting Depth: Plant bulbs at a depth of 3 inches for optimal growth and establishment.
Bulbs per Square Foot: Space bulbs approximately 12 per square foot for a dense and colorful display.
– Prior to planting, soak bulbs in lukewarm water for 2 hours to rehydrate and promote rooting.
– Encourage naturalization by selecting a suitable planting site where bulbs can form colonies over time.