In Greek, anemōnē means "daughter of the wind" which signifies that the wind that blows the petal open will also, eventually, blow the dead petals away. The poppy anemone has parsley-like divided leaves and large showy poppy-like blossoms. The flowers are of various colors, but the principal is scarlet, crimson, blue, purple, and white. This is one of the earliest Spring flowers that can grow, appearing in early March, and is a sight to behold after the long days of winter.
The poppy anemone is a short stem: 25-35 cm A finecut is made up of 25 stems