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Anemone bucharica (Regel) Finet et Gagnep.

Anemone bucharica

Credit: Tatyana Shulkina

Rootstock tuberous. Flowering stem erect, pubescent in upper part, to 10 cm at beginning of flowering, elongating to 40 cm in fruit. Basal leaves dark green, 3-parted, segments bipartite or trisected almost to base. Flowers 8 to 10 per plant, solitary or in pairs, with 2 or 3 bracts, large, 4-6 cm diam., dark purple, red or orange-red. Stamens dark violet. V - in nature February to June. Fl - April (May in St. Petersburg cultivation). Fr - July (in St. Petersburg). P - by seed sown immediately or by division. Does well in dry, warm places. Suffers from excessive moisture in autumn. Good for the rock garden. Z 5 (4). New.

Central Asia (Pamiro Alay). Rocky slopes in foothills.


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