Anemone hupehensis var japonica ‘Prinz Heinrich’ is better known as a a Japanese Anemone, this variety has deeper rosy-pink flowers that are semi double, the petals are rather quilled or curled and they appear above a weed supressing clump of green foliage from mid Summer until Autumn.
These easily grown perennials may be relied upon to give a long succession of saucer shaped, yellow centred flowers from July until October, the flower stems are held well above the foliage on wiry stems that do not require staking. Suitable for full sun or part shade. Slow to establish in the first season but will subsequently make a weed suppressing colony quickly. Cut down old stems after flowering.