{floral friday}

{floral friday #77}

Welcome to this week’s {floral friday}!

Today I’m sharing pictures of a Japanese Anemone with you. Isn’t she beautiful? ;)

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A few facts about the Japanese Anemone:

  • The word Anemone comes from the Greek word “anemos”, meaning wind. That’s why the flower is also known as Windflower.
  • Even though they are called Japanese Anemones, these flowers are actually native to central China. {source}
  • Japanese anemone are an easy to grow perennial flower.
  • Anemone is also used as a medicinal relief to reduce cramps, regulate menstrual cycles and helps in managing mood troubles, depression and distress. {source}

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11 Kommentare

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    Freitag, der 26. Oktober 2012 at 16:35

    My white ones in the yard are still goin’ strong, even with the cooler days and pouring down rain. Definitely a workhorse plant. So pretty.

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    Samstag, der 27. Oktober 2012 at 05:17

    such a pretty flower.

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    Susie Bass
    Sonntag, der 28. Oktober 2012 at 08:44

    I look forward to floral Friday, your photographs are amazing

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    Elisabeth Andrée
    Sonntag, der 28. Oktober 2012 at 10:45

    Hello Vanessa,
    The Japanese Anemone is a beauty, I love the pictures. The pink looks so fresh and it pops out of the pictures a bit. Very nice!

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    Sonntag, der 28. Oktober 2012 at 22:02

    I was so excited to see your Anemones. One of my most favorite fall flower/plant. Mine did very bad this year because of drought, but I so enjoyed and brought a lift to my heart when I seen yours.

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    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile
    Mittwoch, der 27. März 2013 at 14:43

    So Pretty, Vanessa.. I love your floral friday’s, sorry I didn’t get here sooner, I’ve had company. I hope you’ll get a chance today to share at link party at http://www.memoriesbythemile.com/
    Happy Easter Love,
    Wanda Ann @ Memoires by the Mile

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