These instructions are sent with the plant gift
These pretty flowering perennials are prized for their pretty late season flowers and are most at home in the garden. Japanese Anemone are very easy going plants that will do well in a wide variety of positions and soils. You can even keep your Anemone in the pot for a while if you prefer, either in a cool room or sheltered patio where you can enjoy the flowers. Or you can plant it out any time the ground is not actually frozen.
Dig a nice big hole when you do this and as you would do with any new planting add some rich compost to the hole to get it settled in. Keep well watered, whilst it is establishing or whilst in a pot and plant in anything from full sun to shade.
Pinch out spent flowers regularly to encourage new blooms and water often enough to ensure that the soil remains damp. Japanese anemones are deciduous so will drop their leaves in winter, trim them back at this stage and they will reward you with a lovely display each year from Summer to the first frosts.
If kept inside too long Japanese anemones can develop mildew. To minimise this make sure they are kept in a cool well ventilated room and that your plant is not overwatered.