With around 200 species, Anemone is a flower that belongs to the buttercup family (Ranunculaceae).
It’s a perennial herb of different colors and shapes that resembles a poppy flower.
This popular garden plant blooms from early spring to autumn. This little flower is native to Japan but can be found in most European countries and the United States.
The Anemone flower comes in various colors: red, green, yellow, purple, blue, pink, and white.
Japanese species are large, reaching 24 to 48 inches in height. Due to its wild nature, the flower symbolizes relaxation and reminds you to seize the moment at the appropriate time.
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