Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

A comprehensive database of Tennessee native plants

Canada Anemone

Canada Anemone

Anemone canadensis

Full to part sun, moderately wet to medium moisture level, tolerates wide range of soils including clay.  1-2 ft. height, blooms in spring, white flowers, spreads rapidly by rhizomes.

Germination Code:  F

Native Region:  Occurs only in Knox County in the Ridge and Valley Province.

Designated an “Endangered Species” in Tennessee.  Attractive, low maintenance, and easy to grow.  Will tolerate full shade. Can be very aggressive in a favorable site and very difficult to remove once established.

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One response to “Canada Anemone

  1. Joy Stewart September 19, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    I have this plant in my yard because I can’t resist the charming flowers and striking leaves, and it is one tough plant. For me, it grows in full sun to full shade and doesn’t even seem to notice hard clay soil. It is even semi-resistant to spraying with Round-Up. So you can’t beat it for a tough, fast-spreading attractive groundcover. My only advice is to be very selective on where you put it. In the right place it is a wonderful plant! In the wrong place, it will test your endurance in trying to eliminate it! Also if you live near Bristol, Tennessee, let me know if you want some!

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