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Anemone tomentosa ‘Berkshire Charm’   

Most fall anemones are only zone 5 hardy, so when Dennis Mareb of Windy Hill Nursery in Great Barrington, MA discovered this seedling, finding it hardy in zone 4 (-30F), we were excited! Growing 36-42" tall, this variety is extremely floriferous, with single pink flowers from late Aug. to late Oct. It combines well with other plants in the perennial border and is extremely vigorous and reliable. 

    Common Name:Windflower
    Hardiness Zones:4-9
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Anemone: Anemone is a diverse genera encompassing dwarf spring bloomers to tall Japanese forms that bloom in the fall. Anemones are great in any garden setting as well as in naturalized settings. All are long lasting and make great cut flowers.