Anemone is a genus of perennial herbaceous plants. In nature, there are about 120 species of them. They are widespread in the Northern Hemisphere (except for the tropics) and are found even in the Arctic. Their appearance is very diverse, and plants also bloom at different times, but all of them, despite their simplicity, look very elegant. Anemones are grown as ornamental plants to decorate gardens, but they have another very important use - some of them are medicinal plants and are widely used in medicine.