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Buy Anemone x hybrida Honorine Jobert online from Jacksons Nurseries
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Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert'

Japanese Anemone

£4.99

Lovely, symmetrically-formed, single pure white blooms with attractive, buttery-yellow centres are held on long, slender flowering stems from August to October. This is a magnificent, highly sought after, branching windflower which forms a dense clump of robust, deeply-divided, slightly bristled, dark green semi-evergreen leaves.

It has slightly ruffled petals which give the impression of even more colour and depth and is one of the few perennials that start to look their best in late summer and into the winter. Perfect for a dark corner, background nook or mixed planting, it also makes a great cut flower and can be used to add a lightness and softness to the perennial border.

It benefits from being mulched with well-rotted garden compost in early spring and can be lifted and divided every few years in March if required.

Did You Know?

We grow and keep the majority of our plants outside on the edge of the Staffordshire Moorlands, over 650 feet above sea level ensuring a hardy plant that starts off well when planted in your garden.

Some leaves on evergreen plants can be damaged in winter but in spring, new leaves will readily replace those damaged. This is quite normal on many evergreen varieties and is preferable to plants grown with excessive protection that show cold shock once planted out and establish less satisfactorily initially.

Many perennials go ‘dormant’ which, in some cases, means that there is little or no top growth apparent between November and March. If you order perennials whilst they are dormant, they may not be visible above the soil level when purchased but will burst into life in spring.

Buying Perennials from Jacksons Nurseries

At Jacksons Nurseries we lightly trim back our perennials after flowering to ensure that the plants remain neat and tidy whilst in the pot. The more tender the plant the less we cut back to help protect exposed stems from winter frost. Depending on the plant variety we will then prune back further in spring once the risk of the more severe frosts is over.

As a result, depending on the time of year you buy perennials, they may not look like images showing their ‘prime time’ in flower and looking at their best.

From late autumn onwards and dependant on variety, there may be very little visible above the soil except for a few cut back dormant leaves or stems. It is perfectly normal for dormant plants to look like this from autumn onwards, they will however burst back into life in spring.

 


 

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Orders are usually dispatched 7-10 working days following receipt of your order. In many cases we dispatch sooner than this although during busy periods or when an item or items on your order are out of stock and we are ordering them from a supplier then please allow up to 30 days. - See more at: http://dev.jacksonsnurseries.co.uk/acanthus-mollis.html#sthash.y3dCB9zh.dpuf

Ours standard delivery starts at £7.99 for orders £20:00 and over, for orders between £10:00 & £19.99 delivery is £9.99 and orders under £10.00 are charged at £11.99. Delivery for larger items or high volume orders requiring a pallet start at £40.00 the exact cost will be caluclated at check out.

Orders are usually dispatched 7-10 working days following receipt of your order. In many cases we dispatch sooner than this although during busy periods or when an item or items on your order are out of stock and we are ordering them from a supplier then please allow up to 30 days.

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Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert'

Lovely, symmetrically-formed, single pure white blooms with attractive, buttery-yellow centres are held on long, slender flowering stems from August to October. This is a magnificent, highly sought after, branching windflower which forms a dense clump of robust, deeply-divided, slightly bristled, dark green semi-evergreen leaves.

It has slightly ruffled petals which give the impression of even more colour and depth and is one of the few perennials that start to look their best in late summer and into the winter. Perfect for a dark corner, background nook or mixed planting, it also makes a great cut flower and can be used to add a lightness and softness to the perennial border.

It benefits from being mulched with well-rotted garden compost in early spring and can be lifted and divided every few years in March if required.

 


 

Anemone x hybrida Honorine Jobert
Japanese Anemone
Perennials
1m - 1.5m
1m - 1.5m
  • White
Summer - Autumn
Deciduous
No
Fast
Fully Hardy
  • Full sun  Full sun
  • Partial shade  Partial shade
  • Moist Well-drained
  • Acid
  • Neutral
  • Alkaline
  • Chalk
  • Clay
  • Loam
  • Sand

Perennials are described and classified differently by different gardeners but all would agree that they are plants that come into flower every year from early spring to late summer, the exact time dependent on variety and most die back to ground level in autumn and winter.

As for all plants, soil preparation is time well spent. Dig over the area to be planted ensuring that the ground is free draining. If not then you may wish to either consider planting in a different spot or raising the level of the planting area by adding additional topsoil, well rotted garden compost and/or well rotted manure. Add ‘Fish, Blood and Bone’ fertiliser or a high potash fertiliser to encourage good root growth and development.

It’s always a good idea to plant a few of the same plant together, we recommend planting in 3’s or 5’s to provide a bold effect but allowing them plenty of room to develop.

Always check eventual plant heights when planning borders to ensure that the taller plants are at the back (or at the centre of an island bed) followed by the medium and then smaller low growing plants.

Remember to deadhead perennials after flowering, trim back lightly in autumn as required to tidy the border and if necessary trim again in spring once the risk of heavy frost has passed.

If perennials get too big, start to flower less and less or if it seems to be dying off from the centre, consider dividing the plant but always check that the particular variety is happy to be divided and that you divide at the right time of year for the plant.

By using this simple guide and a little time, perennials can make an absolutely spectacular difference to your garden.

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