How do Japanese anemones reproduce?
Japanese anemones are best propagated by division, and root cuttings taken in early spring or early fall. Photo by Lorna Kring. It is possible to start them from seed, but hybrids won’t grow true to the parent plant and they’re much slower to develop than cuttings.
Do you cut back Japanese anemones?
Caring for Japanese anemones
Cut back after flowering or leave the seedheads for birds to eat in winter and then cut back after they have eaten them. Tidy up dead leaves and stalks in March. Mulch annually in spring or autumn. Divide larger clumps every few years to keep them under control.
Can I grow Japanese anemone in pots?
* Try containers. Japanese anemones will grow in containers as long as the pot is large enough. Replant a 1-gallon anemone into a 12- to 14-inch pot. When the plant becomes root-bound, repot to a larger container or divide the roots in spring, discard excess and replant.