Fall-blooming Anemones (aka Windflowers) add a welcome boost of color to the garden in September and October when many flowering perennials are losing their petals and going to seed. These graceful, tall, slender-stemmed plants don’t require staking, deadheading, or dividing. All they need is partial sun and sufficient water. Plant these in the spring in a spot where they can happily spread without constraint. If you want to see our anemones, look for them on the west end of the garden bed, north of the greenhouse.