Friday, September 27, 2013

fall anemones

These fall-blooming anemones are so pretty! I don't have many of them blooming in the garden (most people who have them have lots of them, because they spread), but those I do have I love. Usually, when I cut them, I use them with long stems, because they do have really long, staunch stems, but I like them sort of abbreviated like this, too.

At Shrine Mont, the fall anemones grow almost like weeds, and they are so tall you can cut them with 2 1/2- foot stems. The seed structures that follow the flowers are pretty in arrangements, too.

1 comment:

  1. I don't believe I have ever seen anemones that tall. Must be a sight to behold.