Höstanemon - Anemone hupehensis, Anemone hupehensis var. japonica, and Anemone × hybrida are species of flowering herbaceous perennials in the Ranunculaceae family. Anemone × hybrida is a hybrid of Anemone hupehensis var. japonica and Anemone vitifolia. Wikipedia Scientific name: Anemone hupehensis
Grape Leaved Anemone: Anemone vitifolia 'Robustissima') Perennial; blooms in late summer and early autumn; clump forming with branches bearing clusters of 10 or more pale pink flowers with oval, green foliage. Grows up to 5 feet tall and 24 inches wide in zones 4 to 8
Synonym: A. vitifolia From its showy grapeleaf foliage to its extra-large, ultra-bright blooms, this is among the most beautiful of all Japanese Anemone, and certainly the most adaptable. Opening its blooms just as the summer flowers are passing, and remaining colorful well into fall, 'Robustissima' is a splendid addition to any sunny to partly shaded spot, adding interesting texture and form from early spring until frost.The blooms are single and slightly cupped, with wide, somewhat ...
Commonly known as Japanese anemones — they actually come from China — the fall blooming anemones found in our gardens are usually hybrids of these three Asian species: A. hupehensis, A. tomentosa, and A. vitifolia. Anemones are often known as windflowers, because the genus name was derived from the Greek word for wind, anemos. The appellation is perfectly understandable once you see a anemone swaying gracefully in the wind on its tall bloom stalk.