|This central mound consists of tightly packed in the centre, with a crown-like ring of surrounding this, which gives the species its name||In addition to these large groups, there are two minor groups, Rissoana which is very rustic and early blooming November and Grassensis with large double flowers that bloom in the spring|
|Anemone coronaria grows wild all over the regions of and||[ ] Distribution and habitat [ ] Eastern , from Greece, Albania, southern Turkey and Syria to Israel with sporadic extension east to northern Iraq and west along the Mediterranean shores of Italy, southern France and North Africa|
" The kalanit earned its name because of its beauty and majesty, evoking a bride on her wedding day.
|coronaria is usually grown as an in cooler climates, from tubers||"Phylogeny and Reclassification of Anemone Ranunculaceae , with an Emphasis on Austral Species"|
|After a long exodus taking them to the Caucasus on to Crimea and later by sea to Constantinople and then Venice, the family finally settled in Paris in 1920, where young Troyat was schooled and later earned a law degree||European Journal of Horticultural Science|
Each year in Israel there is a to celebrate the blooming of the red anemones.