Anemones
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Establishing Fall-Blooming Anemones

biancagb added on June 24, 2011 | Answered

I planted some Honorine Jobert, fall-blooming anemones in the spring of 2011 and nothing has happened. Do I need to wait a full year to see growth?

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Heather
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Answered on June 29, 2011

They should have started to grow by now. Something may have happened to the plant, perhaps rodent damage or rot. Dig gently in the place where you planted them and see if the root system is soft and mushy or firm and pliant. If it is soft and mushy, than root rot got them. If you can't find them, then it is likely rodent damage.

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