Anemone belongs to the family Ranunculaceae. Anemone with irregular underground organs (dark brown tubers) is the most important specie in horticulture. The leaves are in the form of a rosette, their length is 25-30 cm, and the shape plumose. Flower stalk has a length of 15-25 cm, covered with tiny hairs, while the flower has 2.5-4 cm in diameter and consists of 6 or more petals. Stamens are spirally arranged, as well as the carpel, and the fruit is nutty. Depending on the time of planting, anemones bloom from April to May (if it is planted in the fall), or during the fall (if it is planted in the spring). Its planting tuber is carried out at a depth of 5 to 6 cm and at a distance of 10 to 15 cm. Anemone tubers are planted so that the stitchis faced upwards, at the depth of 5cm. Place for planting must be half-shady. For spring planting is necessary to soak the tubers in the water 24 hours before planting. If planted in the fall they should be covered with straw, or a layer of leaves, so they wouldn’t get frost. Rich humus soil suits them well.