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ORNAMENTAL PLANTS OF HORTICULTURE VALUE

Selection of perennials

Anemonoides Mil.
Anemonoides
Ranunculaceae

About 20 to 30 species depending on classification in the northern Hemisperae, 18 species in the FSU.

Of special interest are:

A. caucasica (Rupr.) Holub. (=Anemone caucasica Willd. ex Rupr.)

Caucasus and northern Iran.

Stems ca. 5-20 cm. Flowers numerous, blue or white. Perianth segments 8 to 10. Closely related to A. apennina (L.) Holub and also to A. blanda (Schott et Kotschy) Holub. Z 5 (4).

A. raddeana (Regel) Holub.

Southern regions of the Far East.

Stems ca. 10-30 cm high. Flowers white, 3-6 cm diam.

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