Anemone hupehensis var. japonica 'Prinz Heinrich'
Prinz Heinrich Japanese anemone is excellent for late summer to early fall color.
It grows best in part shade or area protected from late afternoon sun and winds. It
prefers fertile, consistently moist soil that is neutral to slightly alkaline with
good drainage. In full sun and dry conditions, the foliage will often become burned;
avoid wet soils, particularly in winter. In too much shade the flower stems tend to
Foliage is dark green, softly pubescent beneath, and 3-parted. Flowers are semi-double,
rosepink, with narrow overlapping tepals surrounding a central cluster of golden-yellow
stamens. Flowers are produced on long, upright, wiry but graceful branching flower
stems well above the foliage. The plant grows about 28 inches high and spreads by
Prinz Heinrich can be planted in perennial borders, woodland areas and are best grouped
together in masses. It is a great plant for pollinators and attracts butterflies to
the garden. It has no serious insect or disease problems though occasional pests can
Exposure: Best in part shade
Soil: Moist, well-drained
Hardiness: USDA Zones 5-8