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Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades' | Windflower | Pack of 50 Bulbs

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A beautiful Windflower, ideal for carpeting gardens with a sea of blue...

Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades' is prized for its stunning, daisy-like blooms which boast a beautiful shade of blue. An ideal plant for naturalising, 'Blue Shades' will look lovely situated beneath deciduous trees and shrubs for a woodland garden flourish. You will also find that bees are attracted to these plants too! Before planting, we recommend that you soak these bulbs in lukewarm water for a few hours. This will get them off to a flying start by encouraging healthy growth.

  • Bulbs Included:  50 x Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades' (Windflower)
  • Planting Period:  March
  • Flowering Period:  April to June
  • Sun Requirements:  Full sun or part shade
  • Planting Depth and Distance:  7cm (3"), 5cm (2")

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A family ran business, our trusted bulb grower have specialised in growing and packaging bulbs for many decades. With over 40 members of staff caring for these bulbs each day, you can feel confident that your garden will soon be filled with beautiful, flourishing blooms!

Sustainability and biodiversity remains at the core of what they do. Because of this, chemicals are reduced to a minimum, and packaging and transportation operations are streamlined to leave a much smaller environmental footprint. So, by planting these bulbs, you won't only be help your garden, but the world around you too.
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Flower Colour Blue
Flowering Season Spring
Is Collection/Mix? No
Location Suitable For Pots, Woodland Garden
Needs Ericaceous Compost? No
Type Anemone
Uses Naturalising
Type Bulbs

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