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Thanks to their rich hue and whimsical personality, red anemones can be incorporated into many bouquets and centerpieces.

Anemone Red (50 Stems)

This item is sold by the box.

Stems/Bunch: 50

1 or more boxes

$118.75 per box



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Although they bear a striking resemblance, red anemones and poppies are not the same flower. Anemones come from the Ranunculaceae family, while poppies come from the Papaveraceae flowering plant family. While technically different, they are both equally stunning and a favorite of DIYers and brides. There are many ways to incorporate red anemones into your bouquets and centerpieces. One of our favorites is using them to create a rustic look. Combine them with Billy balls, hypericum berries, thistle, and Queen Anne’s lace. For a more dramatic flair, accent your anemone bouquet with hanging red or green amaranthus. They also look stunning when grouped in bunches on their own. They are a unique alternative to red roses, yet provide an equally romantic feel. When hosting an event in the spring, consider designing a whimsical design that includes red anemones, mini white daisies and lots of light filler such as bupleurum. Keep the overall look casual by completing the bouquet or centerpiece with a gingham ribbon. 

Stems/Bunch: 50
Flowers/Stem: 1
Size: 12"-16" stems with 1.5"-4" flowers
Availability: February-June
Vase Life: 4-7 days
Price Class: $ $ $ $
Special Care: Blooms by the Box’s anemones are field grown, so slight color variations are likely to occur – but they are absolutely stunning variations! Anemones will arrive closed, but give them a sharp, clean cut and place them in lukewarm water to help them open up in no time! We recommend to support their stems by placing them in a tall vase while they rehydrate.
Suggestions: Red anemones make a perfect addition to a palette of pink and red. Burgundy roses, hot pink gerbera daisies, and light pink spray roses are all good options.
  Read more tips about flower care and preparation here!

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