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Blooms of Bressingham

(Astilbe, Bressingham Beauty False Spirea, False Spirea)

The fine cultivar 'Bressingham Beauty' is a vigorous false spirea that produces bold plume-like pink flowers in late spring to midsummer. Asian in origin, it is a hardy clump-forming herbaceous perennial that is quite easy to grow given the correct growing conditions. It is a relatively tall selection with green and bronze compound leaves that contrast nicely with the tall pink plumes.

False spirea will tolerate full sun to partial shade and must be grown in evenly moist, well-drained soil. Its...

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Yoder Brothers

(Astilbe, Cattleya False Spirea, False Spirea)

Astilbe is a stunning herbaceous perennial with fuzzy plumes that appear in summer on slender stems, following the emergence of frondlike leaves that unfurl in spring. The cultivar 'Cattleya' produces large, plumes of rose-pink in midsummer and likely again in early fall. Dried flower-heads retain garden interest through winter.

Astilbes prefer a partial shade location and fertile, well-drained soil. If the chosen garden area's soil is dry, reloacte to more shade. Plant in groups in shady,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Astilbe, Delft Lace Astilbe, False Spirea)

Lustrous, deep green leaves make the contrasting backdrop for upright plumes of dark pink flowers on the Delft Lace astilbe. The patented cultivar 'Delft Lace' produces dark green leaves with a shiny, silvery cast, and becomes darker green to almost blushed with burgundy when grown in more direct sunlight. The flowers are fuzzy plumes of delicate peach-pink on dark salmon-pink stems. This cultivar originated from a controlled breeding program in Zuidwolde, The Netherlands in 1998, in an effort to...

(Astilbe, Erica Astilbe, False Spirea)

Erica astilbe is a clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with summertime plume flowers. This hybrid cultivar has bronze leaves and a tall, slender inflorescence of pink flowers which bloom in midsummer.

Erica astilbe needs full sun to partial shade and must be grown in moist, well-drained soils and perform best in shady locations. The flowerheads fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest through winter. They function best in shade gardens, borders, rock gardens,...

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Hennie Graafland False Spirea)

Hennie Graafland false spirea is a clump-forming, herbaceous perennial that produces dark, bronze-green compound leaves and a drooping plume-like inflorescence of rose-pink in the summer. The flowerheads fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest through winter.

'Hennie Graafland' needs a well-drained moist soil in full sun to partial shade. A plant in full sun needs more moisture to remain looking its finest. It functions best in shade gardens, borders, rock...

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Inshriach Pink False Spirea)

Inshriach Pink false spirea is a dwarf, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial that produces crinkly reddish green leaves and weeping plume-like inflorescence of pale pink flowers in late summer. The flowerheads fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest through winter.

'Inshriach Pink' requires well-drained moist soils in full sun to partial shade. Provide more water or a much richer soil if planted in full sunlight. It functions best in shade gardens, borders,...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Key Biscayne False Spirea)

Star astilbe (Simplicifolia Group hybrids) are clump-forming, herbaceous perennials that were first native to wooded areas of eastern Asia, primarily Japan before being crossed with other species. They are usually compact and low-growing with compound leaves (although the species has simple oval leaves) and plume-like floral inflorescences of pink, rose, and white borne in the summer. The flowerheads fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest through early winter....

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Mary S. Thomas

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Key West False Spirea)

Star astilbe (Simplicifolia Group hybrids) are clump-forming, herbaceous perennials that were first native to wooded areas of eastern Asia, primarily Japan before being crossed with other species. They are usually compact and low-growing with compound leaves (although the species has simple oval leaves) and plume-like floral inflorescences of pink, rose, and white borne in the summer. The flowerheads fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest through early winter....

(Hybrid Japanese Astilbe, Japanese False Spirea, Montgomery False Spirea)

Montgomery astilbe is a clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with plume-like flowers that appear in summertime. It is a beautiful cultivar with dark red to bronze-colored leaves and tall clusters of soft red flowers.

Astilbe requires full sun to partial shade and moist soil with average to good drainage. Its flowerheads fade to shades of brown in the late summer and can provide landscape interest through winter, though some prefer to cut them back. They function best in shade gardens, mixed borders,...

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Blooms of Bressingham

(Astilbe, False Spirea, Sheila Haxton False Spirea)

Hennie Graafland false spirea is a clump-forming, herbaceous perennial that produces light, bronze-green compound leaves and an upright plume-like dark salmon-pink branching inflorescence in the summer. The flower buds open to lighter, delicate coral-pink flowers, later fade to attractive shades of brown in the fall, providing landscape interest into winter.

For best growth, 'Sheila Haxton' needs a fertile, moist soil in full sun to partial shade. A plant in full sun needs more moisture to...