The name Anenome is Greek and means 'Daughter of the Wind'. These 'windflowers' were supposedly created by Aphrodite after she sprinkled nectar on the blood of her dying lover, Adonis. But despite a slightly gruesome mythical origin, the flowers look stunning and are fairly easy to grow.
The 'bulbs' of this pretty little flower can be planted from January right through to April. Though if you are prepared to chill your bulbs for approximately a month in your fridge, you can stagger out your planting over a few months and enjoy the flowers for even longer.
Plant the 'bulb' to a depth of 3-4 cm and leave 6-8cm between each 'bulb'.
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