(1) Ever since that day, every year in springtime the anemone , or wind flower, as it is known, rises from the ground.(2) From early March when the forsythia first bursts into bloom, to around mid-October when the last anemone dies back, my garden is a constantly changing flower display.(3) The clown fish keeps the host's habitat clean and leaves scraps of food for the anemone .(4) As I sat in the garden one warm June morning, a painted lady butterfly flew down to alight on a white anemone .(5) The anemone fish shelters within the waving fronds of the anemone host, enticing other small fishes into the anemone 's trap.(6) Venus made Adonis an anemone when a boar killed him.(7) They also don't eat anemones , astilbes, junipers, foxgloves, daffodils, ferns, grasses and a whole host of things.(8) The fish clean the anemone's upper surface, remove parasites, drop food on the anemone, and chase away butterflyfishes that eat anemones .(9) Her eyes were sometimes open, and bright blue, like anemones .(10) The schooling fish here are the big attraction but the walls are covered in orange soft corals and large red dahlia anemones .(11) Some crabs actively seek anemones and sponges as epibionts that may be used for camouflage, and in some cases, as an emergency meal.(12) This combination means that the colourful patchwork created by the budding of different colour forms of jewel anemones , for instance, can be fully appreciated.(13) Towards the surface, tealia anemones show off their bright reds and pinks.(14) Our first attempt ends up with the shot on a rock covered in colourful anemones .(15) There is stately eremurus; the foxtail lily, perfect for the back of the border; camassia, ideal for woodland plus anemones , hyacinth, iris, bluebell and cyclamen.(16) Summer-flowering bulbs such as dahlias, begonias and anemones bring variety, texture, unique color and long flowering times to summer gardens.