Flowers are produced in dense, pyramidal clusters. Astilbe 'Montgomery' blooms in midsummer. Dark magenta red, triangular shaped plumes are borne on darker red stems. A species characterized by an early bloom time and glossy green leaves often tinged...
18-24” tall x 12-24” wide. Like all astilbes, the tiny blossoms are held in soft plumes above the pinnate foliage. (Astilbe japonica) It can tolerate full sun in the cool north, but in the south, give it morning sun only.
It also makes a good cut flower. It typically forms a 9 to 12"dark green foliage mound with open panicles of flowers appearing on upright, reddish 24"stems. Arendsii Rheinland is one of the most beautiful Astilbes.
Astilboides, A. Japonica, and A. Includes crosses between A. The resulting hybrids comprise over 95% of all Astilbe sold in the USA. Clean white flowers on wide, feathery plumes which bloom in early to midsummer and are accented by bright green leaves.
Many gardeners leave the flower stalks in place after bloom because of the continuing ornamental interest of the dried seed heads. It is one of the last varieties to bloom and makes an excellent season extender to ensure that your shade garden remains...
Ferny new growth is red in early spring and very attractive, turning green as the season progresses. Arendsii Spinell has long loosely branched crimson-red panicles of flowers. It is excellent for drying or to cut and place fresh in the vase.
Tall tower above foot-high mounds of burnished bronze-hued foliage spring through midsummer. Gorgeous even when it's not in bloom! Feathery plumes 2 ft. 2-3 eye root divisions. Mix of lavender, pink, white and red shades.
You will be pleased with the results! * Red Blooms Above Lacy Dark Green Foliage * Blooms Mid Summer * Deer and Rabbit Resistant Astilbe ‘Fanal’ blooms in midsummer and is 24” tall and a plant width of 18-24”.
For instance, good astilbe companion plants in zone 9 may not be good astilbe companion plants in zone 3.Lastly, it’s a good idea to put astilbe with plants that begin to flower around the time it fades.tends to bloom in late spring and early summer,...
This perennial thrives in moist, shady locations and is popular for border plantings or alongside water areas. Japonica Deutschland has foamy, creamy white plumes with semi-glossy, bronze-green foliage.
Chinensis Visions has a sturdy and feathery lilac-purple bloom. The flowers contrast wonderfully with the low-growing, large blue-green foliage. The sweet fragrance attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
Arendsii Bumalda has foamy, full white plumes that have a pink glow and semi-glossy foliage. The flowers blush with age to pale pink while contrasting beautifully with the reddish stems and deep, dark bronze-green foliage.
Arendsii Glow has very dark red buds opening to reveal striking, deep red flowers with rose highlights; they truly glow as their name implies. The flower plumes are narrowly triangular and held upright.
You will be delighted to see how this plant forms a graceful perennial border, or add to shade gardens with hostas and ferns! * Fragrant Raspberry-Lavender Blooms in Mid Summer * More Tolerant of Dry Soils * Disease, Deer, and Rabbit Resistant
Fanal is the perfect choice for the deepest red astilbe blooms. Adding to the dramatic effect is the glossy, bronze foliage that appears luxuriantly in spring. This dwarf variety is a great edging plant and can add luster along ponds and to shady rock...
They must have plenty of moisture, so choose your locations carefully. With elegant, pink and lavender toned plumes set against bronze-green foliage, 'Gloria' Astilbe makes a striking statement in the shade garden.
Its plush foliage and blooms are ignored by deer, but are a sight to behold boosting the beauty of your shaded garden. The Younique™ series brings us another hit with this salmon-toned Astilbe that is sure to take shade gardens across the nation by...
Anyone in zones 3-8 can grow this variety. Although the variety is very heat and drought tolerant, it does best in part shade and rich soil, along with frequent watering. Applying moisture to the blooms seems to make them mature brighter and bigger.
Long-lived and low maintenance, it is a perennial to be treasured in the shade! Zones 4-9. The leaves are bright notes against the darker greens of most garden plants. In midsummer the flowers arrive--rosy pink panicles borne on long, upright red stems.
The foliage emerges bright chartreuse yellow in spring with a tinge of red pigment in the newest leaves. This Astilbe is useful for brightening up the shade garden as well as providing beautiful long-stemmed flowers for fresh and dried bouquets.
Flowers are produced in dense, pyramidal clusters. A member of Astilbe japonica (Japanese Astilbe). The plumes of this astilbe are full and lend a frothy appearance to the clump. A species characterized by an early bloom time and glossy green leaves often...
Foliage is deeply incised, coarsely textured, and often bronze-green in color. This astilbe is a strong grower and blooms prolifically. A later blooming species useful for extending the bloom season into late summer.