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Since Japanese anemones don't transplant readily, you should be sure that you find a permanent spot in the garden for these plants. They do best in full sun to partial shade. Amend your planting bed with plenty of good organic material and make sure the site is well drained and not soggy. Your anemones should thrive there for years to come.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|