Anemone hupehensis, or Japanese Anemone, produces masses of delicate, white to pink to rose flowers that rise above attractive lobed foliage, and the blooms may be single, double, or semi-double. These Japanese Anemones are reliable bloomers for a late summer/early fall perennial garden and grow from two to three feet tall. Once established, they form dense colonies from two to four feet across, which means you need to think ahead when choosing a spot to plant them. This Anemone likes partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. Be sure to keep this colorful perennial watered during dry weather and provide excellent drainage in winter (and mulch for colder areas). Zones 4-8. Quarts.