Honorine Jobert anemones are a great choice for the transition from summer to fall. This Japanese anemone's elegant white, daisy-like flowers bloom atop 36-48" tall, erect stems from late summer to fall. The Perennial Plant Association's 2016 Perennial Plant of the Year! Plant in full sun to partial shade. Anemone hybrid 'Honorine Jobert'
Honorine Jobert anemones grow as beautiful clumping foliage plants with wide white and yellow flowers. They're perfect as back-of-the-border anchors, thanks to their height of up to four feet. Add these windflowers to your naturalized garden, pairing them with salvia and coneflowers, or mix them with dwarf alliums. Since these flowers emerge in late spring, Honorine Jobert anemone pairs well with late-season flowers like tulips, ranunculus and daffodils, extending the blooming season into the summer.How do you grow Honorine Jobert anemones?
Luckily for gardeners, windflowers or Japanese anemones are extremely hardy and low-maintenance. Honorine Jobert is the perfect anemone to add light and brightness to the partly-shaded garden, and can withstand a lack of direct light beautifully. Honorine Jobert windflowers grow best in full sun or part shade. They prefer rich soil that drains well, but they can also thrive in clay soils. Plant these flowers in a location where they'll have room to spread--because they will spread.
Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending , and set your anemone plants with the crown level to the soil. Work your soil around the roots, packing firmly, before watering in well. If there are any sprouts at the top of the crown, they should be level with the soil once planting is completed.
After planting, anemones are extremely easy to care for-just water them regularly, as these plants don't like to be dried out. Anemones don't require deadheading, and a basic application of compost or balanced fertilizer twice per growing season should give them sufficient nutrition. If you live in a cold climate, mulch around the plants before winter sets in.Are Honorine Jobert anemones invasive?
Although Honorine Jobert anemones do grow vigorously, they are not considered invasive in most of the United States. However, these plants will naturalize to form a large colony, so give them plenty of room to grow. Some gardeners avoid planting Japanese anemones near other perennials, as their underground spread is vigorous and they may overtake their neighbors. If you don't want your anemones to spread, be sure to divide and remove rhizomes every few years.Do Japanese anemones self-seed?
Japanese anemones do not self-seed any more so than other perennials. However, they have a vigorous spreading habit through creeping rhizomes, so these plants will definitely spread. Their vigorous naturalizing habit makes Japanese anemones perfect for the wild or informal places in your garden. And, to prevent spread, simply divide and pull these plants every few years. You'll find that anemones planted in shadier spots will not spread as quickly.Do Japanese anemones come back every year?
Japanese anemones do come back every year in Zones 4 through 8, the zones in which they are hardy. Gardeners in Zone 4 may need to mulch over the garden in winter to protect the root systems and rhizomes of these plants.How tall do Honorine Jobert anemones grow?
Honorine Jobert anemones grow to a mature height of three to four feet, making them perfect for the back of the border or for a naturalized part-shade garden.When do Japanese anemone bloom?
Japanese anemones bloom in late summer, and stay in bloom into fall, adding excellent late-season color. Add Japanese anemones to your naturalized garden to keep the floral display going after earlier wildflowers have faded.When should you plant Japanese anemone?
Because they are grown from rhizomes or divided roots, Japanese anemones are best planted in spring. Wait until all threat of frost has passed before putting your anemones in the ground.
When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
|2023 Spring Shipping Schedule|
|Zone||Most Dormant Bareroot & Potted Perennials, and Shrubs|
|1A-3B||5/1/23 - 6/2/23|
|4A-4B||5/1/23 - 6/2/23|
|5A||4/10/23 - 6/2/23|
|5B||3/27/23 - 6/2/23|
|6A||3/13/23 - 6/2/23|
|6B||2/27/23 - 6/2/23|
|7A||2/23/23 - 6/2/23|
|7B||2/20/23 - 6/2/23|
|8A||2/16/23 - 5/12/23|
|8B||2/13/23 - 5/12/23|
|9A-10B||2/6/23 - 5/12/23|
|Last Order Date||Zones 1A - 7B: 5/29/23
Zones 8A - 10B: 5/8/23
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