Anemone hupehensis v. japonica 'Pamina'

Germination Tips


Sow immediately. The viability of these seeds is short or the species propagates best with fresh seed. Stored seed might be coaxed into germination with temperature cycling and patience.


Sow @ 20°C. If seed does not germinate within 3 months, try 4°C for 1-2 months, then 20°C again.
Special Care: 
Question: There’s no mention of the fluff attached to these seeds in our Germination Guide. The seeds are impossible to separate, so I guess I’ll just sow with the fluff. Answer: Germinate anemones by sort of dotting tufts of the fluff over the surface of the medium. There are sometimes harder nubs in the fluff which appear to be the seeds.
Most of the seeds in our Germination Guide have been offered from time to time in our annual Seed Exchange (Seedex).