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‘Lucky Charm’ Windflower

Looking for a lucky charm for your fall perennial garden, something that will bloom beautifully and has amazing foliage color? Look no further then Japanese Anemone ‘Lucky Charm’. Commonly known as Windflower, this charming late summer-early fall blooming perennial is eye catching in so many ways. For starters the leaves emerge a dark violet, and as they mature the tops of the leaves become a dark green while the undersides pale to a light violet. The stems are dark purple, almost black. Flowers will bud violet and give way to a lush dark pink. ‘Lucky Charm’ is compact in growth, maturing to 36” tall and 20” wide.

 

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