Anemone coronaria ‘The Bride’

Anemone 'The Bride'I love these beautiful little plants which look perfect at the front of a cottage garden border. Already in flower in late February / early March. The delicate white flower heads, with their green mound and stamen shimmer up from winter’s residue. Plant them where they meet the sun and you shall enjoy them for years to come..

Botanical name: Anemone coronaria (De Caen Group) ‘Die Braut’
Other names: Anemone coronaria ‘The Bride’, Garden anemone ‘Die Braut’
Genus: Anemone
Variety or cultivar: ‘Die Braut’ _ ‘Die Braut’ is a clump-forming herbaceous perennial with divided foliage and pure white flowers in late spring to early summer.
Anemone coronaria (De Caen Group) ‘Die Braut’ is: Deciduous
Flower: White in Spring; White in Summer
Foliage: Green in Spring; Green in Summer
Habit: Compact, Erect, Spreading
Toxicity: Eating may cause mild stomach upset, and skin contact may cause irritation.

If you would like to talk with me about a new planting scheme for your garden or a bespoke Dingly Dell, please do feel free to get in touch, my email is judi@judithegardener.co.uk. For gardening development and maintenance enquiries (North-East London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Enfield) please telephone 07818 005773.

Happy gardening!

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About judithegardener

Mad passionate about plants since a young girl, whose first gardening job was to pick out the stones from the family garden. I am now running my own small gardening business (in its second year) in North-East London, Enfield and Essex. I love to make my clients happy by giving them the gardens they want. I specialise in making 'Dingly Dells' which are wonderfully peaceful and secluded seated areas surrounded by evergreen and seasonal plants of interest. I design bespoke plant schemes with 2-D colour planting plans. Always happy to talk plants, feel free to say "hello" to me on Facebook.

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