Interesting wood anemone that has been making the rounds for years but still is quite a good one. Double flowers that are a tad bit looser then some doubles with a hint of green towards the back petals. With age, the base of the inner most petals will develop a blueish tint. Develops slowly spreading rhizomes, blooming in March and April. Anemones grow from woody stems, and sulk a bit after being moved. Plant them upon receipt and water in. These go summer dormant as well. Woodland soil is fine. They like dappled sun but tolerate a lot of sun as well. Very hardy, zone 5 for sure if not 4.