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Anémona hupehensis o anémona del Japón
The Japanese anemone (Anemone hupehensis) is a herbaceous plant in the ranunculaceae family. Anemone hupehensis reaches a size of 1.1 m in height. The leaves have three leaflets. The flowers are 40-60 mm wide, with pink or white sepal and numerous yellow stamens that bloom from mid-summer to autumn. These plants grow best in shady areas and under the protection of larger plants, and in all but the hottest and driest conditions. They are sensitive to droughts and excess water. It can be both invasive on the one hand, or difficult to establish, on the other. It is native to central China, even though it has been naturalized in Japan for hundreds of years. The species was first named and is described in the Flora Japonica (1784), by Carl Thunberg.
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