Can I grow Japanese anemones in a pot?
* Try containers. Japanese anemones will grow in containers as long as the pot is large enough. Replant a 1-gallon anemone into a 12- to 14-inch pot. When the plant becomes root-bound, repot to a larger container or divide the roots in spring, discard excess and replant.
How do you plant Japanese anemone roots?
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Take the root and cut it into pieces that are 3 to 6 inches long. Plant the cuttings horizontally in a flat of moist soil and cover them with ½ inch of soil. Place the flat in a plastic bag to help the soil stay moist. New shoots should appear in a few weeks.