Anemone hupehensis, commonly called Japanese anemone, is a fibrous-rooted, woody-based late summer to fall flowering herbaceous perennial of the buttercup family that typically grows to 2-2 ½’ tall.
Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Do not be surprised as the leaves blacken in the winter. Cut back in the fall if that is your preference. Mature plants will spread to fill in the available space.
Feed late fall to late winter using an all-purpose fertilizer and/or compost.
Light: Full Sun to Part Shade