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These lovely flowers sprang from some very small bulbs; they seem to be multiplying as time goes by. These also go by the name of "Grecian Windflowers."
The anemones have joined the other spring bulbs in the 2001 bloom.
The anemone have bloomed in 2002. They do seem to be multiplying as the years go by.
It's mid-April 2003 and the first anemone has bloomed.
It's late April 2004 and the Anemone are ready to bloom.
It's early April 2005 and the anemone have bloomed.
It's early April 2006 and the Anemones have begun to bloom.
It's now the beginning of April 2007 and the anemones have started to bloom.
It's early April 2008 and the first Anemone has opened up.
By mid- to late-April, the Anemone are in full bloom.
Spring of 2009 brings with it the bloom of the anemone.
It looks like the anemones got messed up by the tree falling on them during the blizzard of 2010. Only a few have come up. Perhaps they will recover for next year.
More of the anemones have come up and bloomed.
In April of 2011, just one clump of anemones has come up and bloomed.
Late March/early April 2012 brings the bloom of the one remaining clump of anemones.
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