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geeentoes

Anemone Hupehensis var. japonica 'Hadspen Abundance'

  • Season Icon Mid SummerMid Summer 2015
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geeentoes

Help me identify this plant

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teamgardentags

Hello Sue 👋 Thank you for posting what we hope will be the first of many photos. 👏

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teamgardentags

You can find other like-minded gardeners by tapping on Discover and then "Popular" or "Recommended". There you will see other great photos of plants and gardens and you can of course “follow” anyone that you see there should you like to do so!

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teamgardentags

Should you ever need to reply to a message in your feed or just want to say 'hello', simply @username an individual i.e. @teamgardentags and that person will get an alert in their profile. Really hope this is helpful and you enjoy using GT! 😃

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teamgardentags

Thanks also for asking us to help identify your plant. Fellow GT'ers are you able to help Sue? @kathy @David @barbaramatthews @justin @richard.spicer.7906 @thedanielrichards @scorob @grahamric

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justin

The flower looks like it could be a Japanese Anenome but the foliage doesn't... Is it possible to see another photo of the flower and it's foliage if indeed they are not related?

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geeentoes

Hi justin, its growing through another plant. The foliage has3 leaflets. Not sure how to paste another photo here

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justin

hi Sue... 👋 you can see other examples of this flower and foliage if you tap on Discover and then the magnifying glass in the top right and search for Japanese Anenome. Scroll through until you see an example. If the leaf shape matches that of your plant then I'd say we've got a match 😃 Really hope this is helpful

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geeentoes

Looks like it- thanks! 😊

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justin

I've linked to the encyclopedia for you, you can see the entry by tapping on the name link now above your photo 👍

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22pilgrim

We had a pink japanese anenome untill it tried taking over the garden. We now have a couple of white varities that are much more manageable. It took three years to completly get rid of it.

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