Anemone coronaria ‘Carmel Bordeaux’ corms – ( Windflower)


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This anemone has very large deep velvet mahogany red flowers with hints of blue . The stems are strong and straight. It makes a very good cut flower.
Although it is a perennial in its native climate it is usually grown as an annual.

Note : pack contains 5 corms

Growing directions

Plant in autumn. Put the corms into a dry paper bag and chill them in the fridge for 6 weeks. After this, pre-soak the corms in room temp water for 2 hours, using a slow running hose so that oxygenated water runs past your corms. Prepare the bed with approx. 7 cm of compost and a balanced fertiliser mixed together. If you want flowers earlier, then pre-sprout the corms by filling a tray half full with moist potting mix, put the corms on top of this and cover with more potting mix. Keep moist but not soggy at 4-10 deg C for 10-14 days. Dig them up carefully and check if their rootlets have developed to approx. 1 cm long. When this happens plant corms 15cm apart out into the bed and approx. 6cm deep with the rootlets facing down.

Additional information


Annual, Perennial



Common Name


Maximum Height

40 cm