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I think invasive would be more apt than vigorous! I love them and would be sad not to have these lovely flowers in the fall, but they spread quickly and I have a hard time eliminationg them from areas where they threaten some more delicate plants. I wish I had been forewarned and I would have planted them in a bottomless pot or bucket as I do to control some other thugs.
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Sandy Venton says
I love the video on Japanese anemones. I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and Robustissima is the one that never fails for me in our Zone 2b climate. I garden in what is lovingly referred to as “Manitoba gumbo”, almost pure clay, and this anemone never disappoints.
I look forward to receiving the fall edition!
Thanks, Sandy, and to others who have commented on our videos. We hope to post more gardening videos in the future.–Beckie
Sharon Bryson says
This was a very pleasant video on the Japanese Anemones. They are one of our favourites for late season charm. Our only reservation is their tendency to “wander”.