Anemone coronaria ‘Sylphide’ (15 bulbs)

Anemone coronaria (De Caen Group) ‘Sylphide’ is a beautiful double rose-pink flower with a deep black centre, perfect for cut flowers or in bright sunny borders.


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Anemone coronaria (De Caen Group) ‘Sylphide’ is a stunning double rose-pink flower with a deep black centre and a soft rosette of ferny foliage.

These pink flowers are a great addition to the front of sunny borders as the low level parsley-like leaves create a carpet, where they will effectively naturalise and come back year after year. The ‘Sylphide’ can also thrive and delight when planted in pots and containers on patios.

These stunning perennials also work really well as cut flowers in vases and so can be enjoyed in the home as well as in the garden and when planted en masse will provide a constant supply for a few weeks.

Prior to planting, anemone bulbs should be soaked in warm water overnight. Plant these bulbs 5cm deep into the soil and 15cm apart from each other, in September to November for growth in early spring, or February to April for growth in late spring and early summer.

Plant in well drained, light sandy soil in full sun or partial shade.

RHS Plants for Pollinators


  • A member of the RHS Plants for Pollinators collection
  • Bulb count per pack: 15 bulbs
  • Flower colour: Pink, Black
  • Flowering months: April, May, June
  • Flowering height: 25cm/10″
  • Hardiness: Hardy through most of the UK
  • When to plant: September, October, November, December, February, March, April
  • Planting depth: 5cm/2″
  • Bulb spacing: 5cm/2″
  • Soil pH: Acidic, Neutral, Alkaline
  • Soil type: Well drained soil with a good supply of humus
  • Sunlight: Full sun, Partial shade
  • Special Features: Ideal for cut flowers, Pollinator friendly

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