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(Red Fescue)

Red Fescue ‘Molate’ is a spreading and bunching grass mostly used in meadows, mitigation, erosion control and occasionally turf. It was selected from native populations in the northwestern United States for its silver to gray blue foliage color. The leaves are narrow and rolled. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads. Red fescue is the most common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas.

Red fescue is adapted...

(Red Fescue)

Chewings Fescue is a bunch grass used for turf, meadows, pasture and in seed blends with other types of grass. It is native to Europe and North America and has naturalized over much of the cool temperate regions of the world. This fescue is a common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas. The leaves are narrow, rolled and dark green. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads.

Adapted to wide range of conditions,...

(Red Fescue)

Red Fescue is a bunching and spreading grass used for turf, meadows, pastures and in seed blends with other types of grass. It is native to Europe and North America and has naturalized over much of the cool temperate regions of the world. Red fescue is a common cool-season turf used in dry, shady and drought prone areas. The leaves are narrow, rolled and dark green. The rhizomes or underground stems spread slowly. The green flowers are on narrow spikes in open, thin heads.

Red fescue is adapted...

Image of Filipendula photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Meadowsweet)

(Siberian Meadowsweet)

This tall, clump-forming perennial is most commonly grown for its impressive, deeply lobed leaves rather than its relatively small stems of fluffy white flowers. Siberian meadowsweet is native to Russia, China and North Korea, where it can be growing in moist soils along sunny slopes, forest edges and grassy fields.

The dark green, almost maple-like leaves of this hardy plant have a variable number of lobes—the upper leaves have five to nine and lower three to five. The leaves are also distinguished...

(Dwarf Meadowsweet, Siberian Meadowsweet)

This pink-flowered form of Siberian meadowsweet is often confused with Filipendula rubra, but its sprays of fluffy pink flowers are smaller, finer and looser and its palmate leaves have fluffy white hairs beneath.

This tall, clump-forming perennial is most commonly grown for its impressive, deeply lobed leaves rather than its relatively small stems of fluffy white flowers. Filipendula palmata is native to Russia, China and North Korea, where it can be growing in moist soils...

Image of Filipendula rubra photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Martha Washington's Plume, Prairie Meadowsweet, Queen-of-the-Prairie)

For a short time in early summer this elegant prairie plant bears fuzzy, pink clusters of flowers. The impressive blooms give credence to the common name, queen-of-the-prairie. Like many herbaceous perennials adapted to the vast prairies of eastern North America, it is fully herbaceous, very hardy and a perfect partner to attractive bunch grasses. It is tall and forms a substantial bushy, upright, clump that will slowly spread over time.

Large, deeply lobed, almost maple-like leaves grace this...

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James H. Schutte

(Martha Washington's Plume, Prairie Meadowsweet, Queen-of-the-Prairie)

Large, rosy flowers and a shorter stature distinguish this attractive queen-of-the-prairie cultivar. When the foamy blooms first open they are rich rose-pink but as they age they lighten to soft pink. The impressive blooms give credence to the common name, queen-of-the-prairie. Like many herbaceous perennials adapted to the vast prairies of eastern North America, ‘Venusta' is fully herbaceous, very hardy and a perfect partner to attractive bunch grasses. It is robust and forms a substantial bushy,...

Image of Filipendula vulgaris photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Dropwort)

Fern-like foliage, puffy flumes of white summertime flowers and a tolerance for drier, more alkaline soils sets dropwort apart from other members of Filipendula. A clump-forming herbaceous perennial, it is native to a large expanse of Europe eastward to northern and central Asia. Variable in habit, the former name of Filipendula hexapetala is now included within this species, even though the former usually was much shorter in mature height. Plants grow from swollen, tuberous rhizomes...

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Jesse Saylor

(Double-flowering Dropwort, Rose Dropwort)

Fern-like foliage, puffy flumes of tiny rose-like white summertime flowers and a tolerance for drier, more alkaline soils sets double-flowering dropwort apart from other members of Filipendula. A clump-forming herbaceous perennial, it is native to a large expanse of Europe eastward to northern and central Asia. Variable in habit, the former name of Filipendula hexapetala is now included within this species, even though the former usually was much shorter in mature height. Plants...