wood anemone


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wood anemone

see anemone.
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Although the Americans are not lucky enough to have the wood anemone as a native, they have a special alternative.
I can understand primroses and bluebells being in the top three, but find it interesting that wood anemones came in at number three - as lovely as they are.
A woodland garden with plants such as rhododendron, Pieris and azalea (acid soils only), spotted laurel, wood anemones and plenty of bulbs and hardy ferns could be the solution.
People dream of flower-filled meadows and carpets of bluebells and wood anemones in the dappled shade of woodland.
Plants such as rhododendron, pieris and azalea (acid soils only), wood anemones, bulbs and ferns could be the solution.
It is known for spring displays of bluebell, ramsons, wood anemone, yellow archangel and numerous other woodland flowers.
The wood anemone is a barometer of the health of our woodlands because colonisation is painfully slow - just 6ft every century.
The land contains woodrush, sedge, wood anemone, wood sorrel and bluebells under mature broad-leaved trees such as oak, birch, rowan, ash, beech and sweet chestnut with lime and yew on outcrops of limestone cliffs.
Banks of primrose, wood anemone, wood sorrel and English bluebell were delightful in the weak sunshine.
Thewood anemone The wood anemone is one of the most beautiful of our wild plants.