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Anemone Blanda Blue Shades and Astrantia


  • Title:  Anemone Blanda Blue Shades and Astrantia
  • Description:  In early mid spring, a planting of Anemone blanda 'Blue Shades' (Greek windflower) is beautifully framed by the foliage of emerging Astrantia. Six-inch tall Anemone blanda is prized for its blue or white daisy-like flowers and cute upward-facing leaves. "When choosing plants to pair with spring bulb flowers, look for compatible perennials that fill out early in spring and offer interest in color, texture and size." says Dutch garden designer Jacqueline van der Kloet. A good companion will also mask bulb foliage as it dies back after bloom, she adds. For more on spring bulbs, visit Connecticut-based Colorblends Wholesale Flowerbulbs sells direct to landscape professionals and home gardeners nationwide.
  • Filename:  JVDK_CB_Anemone_blanda_Blue_Shades__Astrantia.jpg
  • Copyright:  Copyright-free for editorial and educational use. All other rights, especially commercial rights reserved by Jacqueline van der Kloet.
  • Keywords:  anemone blanda blue shades, astrantia,, jacqueline van der kloet
  • Filesize:  1.05MB
  • Pixels:  1296x976
  • Please Credit:  Jacqueline van der Kloet/
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