Written by Maggie
Jan 19 2021
Anemone cathayensis Kitag belongs to the genus of Ranunculaceae. Anemone cathayensis Kitag is a perennial herb. It is distributed in China (Shanxi, Hebei) and North Korea. It grows on hillside grassland, valley gully or gravel slope between 1000-2600 meters above sea level. Anemone cathayensis Kitag likes sunshine; it likes warm temperature and cold weather; like humidity, fear of waterlogging; like fertilizer, loose and breathable soil. Anemone cathayensis Kitag is an excellent garden flower in spring and autumn. It is often used as material for flower beds along the edges.
Anemone cathayensis Kitag plants are 15-40 cm tall. The rhizome is 4-6 cm long. Basal leaves are 4-8, with long stalks; leaf blades round kidney-shaped, occasionally round ovate, 2-5.5 cm long, 4-9 cm wide, three total lobes, full lobes slightly overpressed, middle total lobes with short stalk or no stalk, broad rhomboid or rhomboid obovate, trilobate near middle, second lobes shallowly lobed, terminal lobes ovate or narrowly ovate, lateral full lobes obliquely fan-shaped, unequal three deep lobes, scattered pilose or deformed on both sides glabrous; petiole is 6-30 cm long, with sparse pilose or glabrous except for dense pilose at the base.
Scape is 2-6, sparsely pilose or glabrous; bracts about 5, sessile, unequal large, rhomboid or obovate, three-lobed or three-lobed; umbrella spokes 2-5, 2-5 cm long, with Sparsely pilose or glabrous; sepals 5-6cm, white or pink, obovate or narrowly obovate, 1-1.8 cm long, 5-11 mm wide, rounded or obtuse at the tip, glabrous; Stamens are about 5 mm long, anthers narrowly oval; carpels 4-16, glabrous. The achenes are flat, broadly oval or nearly round, about 5 mm long and 4-5 mm wide. Flowering period is from April to July.
Anemone cathayensis kitag is distributed in China (Shanxi, Hebei) and North Korea. It grows on hillside grassland, valley gully or gravel slope between 1000-2600 meters above sea level. It likes sunshine, warm temperature and cold weather; Anemone cathayensis Kitag likes humidity, fear of waterlogging; Anemone cathayensis Kitag likes fertilizer, loose and breathable soil.
Choose an environment with sufficient sunlight and require deep soil rich in organic matter, loose and well-drained soil for planting. Before planting Anemone cathayensis Kitag, apply foot base fertilizer, mainly decomposed compost. In the early stage of planting, provide adequate shade and adequate watering.
Anemone cathayensis Kitag is an excellent garden flower in spring and autumn. Often used as material for flower beds along the edges.
It is named after the beautiful maid of the flower god Frona in Roman mythology. The flower language of Anemone cathayensis Kitag is derived from Greek mythology. Anemone cathayensis Kitag is a result of the jealousy of Flora. This myth says that Flora, who is jealous of Anemone's love affair with Rebisius, turns Alian Morian into anemone cathayensis Kitag
Not all love is so beautiful. Not all love is sweet, maybe, your love is so bleak, maybe, the person you love doesn't love you but loves others, if it is true, then you can give her an anemone or he or to yourself. Because Anemone cathayensis Kitag's flower language is:
1. Lose hope.
2. Gradually fading love.
3. Expect to be abandoned.
Anemone cathayensis Kitag is the national flower of Israel.