|Anemones are variable perennials with rhizomatous, tuberous, fleshy, or fibrous rootstocks. Most anemones produce both stem and basal leaves that are rounded to oval and mid- to dark green. The leaves are dissected and may be hairy. Anemones are grown for their open saucer-shaped or shallow, cup-shaped flowers in many colors.
St. Brigid Group is the collective name for the cultivars with double flowers. This group is a tuberous-rooted perennial with finely divided, bright green leaves. 1- to 3-inch brightly colored red, blue and white flowers with 5 to 10 petals bloom in spring. Great in spring borders. Nice cut flower. Tuber maybe planted in October or November if mulched well, or can be set out in spring. It is common for some gardeners to soak anemone tubors prior to planting.