Adonis annua grows to a height of 25 cm. It has bright-green, finely dissected leaves which are borne on a branched stem that can reach up to 50cm. The distinctive flower, with its dark red petals surrounding a central mass of black anthers, has the appearance of a miniature anemone. Flowering is normally mid-summer. The leaves and roots are poisonous to humans and livestock.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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