In the far corner of the garden, the Japanese Anemone are about to put on a show. The plant is unremarkable most of the year, with a low, leafy green spreading across the rock wall. After a winter die-back, they reemerge in the spring, gathering energy for the days ahead.
July arrives and on cue, the Anemone burst forth sending out tall stems covered in lush green leaves. July is dress rehearsal.
Take a seat ladies and gentlemen, the show is about to begin. The chorus lines the rock wall, tiny buds at the ready. When the curtain opens, dozens of white blooms take center stage.
Be sure to tell all your friends. The show continues its run through late August.
Sounds spectacular. I wish I could see it. I love anemones!
I just love your enthusiasm for what you grow. I can’t wait to see the show. I’ve always fancied white flowers in the garden after dark, like little ghosts.
Oh, I like that image.
Thank you for your nice compliment, Boomdee.