THROUGH EARLY MAY
The name anemone comes from the Greek word “windflower”. Thought to bring luck and protection, legend has it that when an anemone closes its petals, it is a good sign that rain may be approaching. Other mythologies believe that magical fairies slept under the petals when they closed at sunset. Because of these prophetic tales, anemones represent anticipation.
Vase life: Anemones pop open quickly at room temperature, expect up to 7 gorgeous days.
BUNCHES: Standard bunch size: 10 stems. Also available as Consumer Bunches.
CARE & HANDLING: Upon arrival cut stems and place into a clean container with fresh, tepid water with fresh flower food solution. Remove any foliage below the water. Keep in cool location out of direct sunlight and drafts. Replenish water as needed.
Anemones are striking wildflowers with lovely little details. Pretty papery petals surround intricate black button centers (except the green button center on the white on white variety). Twisty stems and “hairy” necks complete the wild yet wonderful Anemone!