What is Anemone
Anemone (scientific name: Anemone spp.) is a perennial of the family Ranunculaceae native to the Mediterranean coast. In recent years many garden cultivars have been breeded, ranging from dwarf variety to high quality variety. Flower color is rich with red · peach · purple · indigo · white. A flower blooming in spring is a flower like a small peony. Representative varieties include Anemone Coronaria (A. Coronaria) and Anemone Branda (A. Blanda). Coronaria is higher, flower diameter is larger, flower color is more abundant than Blanda. Also, as for the way of bloom, the Bland is a single bloom, while the Coronaria has a single-blooming and double-blooming and are also types like chrysanthemums and decane blooms.
Anemone is Latin "wind". The flower language varies with the color, red loves you, white expects, pink is awaited, blue believes and waits, purple waits for you. It is a bit a bit if the air of (partner) is heading while the "wind" blows.
Common name: Anemone, Scientific name: Anemone spp., another name: Butter Ichige (Peony one flower, Peony Ichua, Peony one Origin: Mediterranean coast / garden cultivar, plant height: 5 to 60 cm, petal: none, flower diameter (Actually, the diameter of the calyx), flower size : 3.5 to 10 cm, flower color: red · peach · purple · indigo · white, flowering period: March - May, Remarks: Flower flower, whole plants have poison.