Maggie Daley Astilbe

Maggie Daley Astilbe
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Late Summer Blooming AstilbeAstilbe Maggie Daley, Astilbe chinensis ‘Maggie Daley’, displays a profusion of showy spikes of lavender-purple panicles in mid to late summer. Maggie Daley is an excellent perennial for lightly shaded areas. The fuzzy flowers are full and packed closely together.  They resemble a bouquet as they sit on top of shiny, bronze-green foliage. Maggie Daley’ blooms later than other astilbes and grows best in rich soil that is consistently moist.Astilbes are long-lived perennials that are most comfortable when grown in rich soil and light shade to filtered sun.  They will grow in full shade, but will not bloom as prolifically.‘Maggie Daley’ is a robust and somewhat drought resistant plant that is similar to Astilbe ‘Visions’. Though they are easy to grow, Astilbes have one critical requirement–lots of water.  The plants must have consistently moist soil; dryness leads to a quick demise, especially in the sun.Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before flowering starts. Wait to cut back the old foliage until spring; it will help protect the plant from winter damage.Plant this dense, vigorous growing plant for additional color in the lightly shaded area of your garden. * Blooms Mid to Late Summer* Purple Fuzzy Full Blooms* Dense & Fast Growing .

Key Largo Astilbe

Key Largo Astilbe
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The Astilbe ‘Key Largo’, ‘Astilbe simplicifolia’, is a colorful feathery flower with bright shell pink blooms and shiny deep green foliage.‘Key Largo’ is known to produce twice as many flowers than other types of Astilbe. The flowers contrast wonderfully with the dark green glossy foliage.Astilbe ‘Key Largo’ blooms in mid-summer and is 16-20” tall and a plant width of 18-24”. Do not allow Astilbe ‘Key Largo’ to dry out.Key largo is most successfully grown in a shady area but can tolerate some morning sun. A moist, well-drained area is key for this plant.In order to keep Astilbe looking good for the next year, do not cut it back in the winter, (the old foliage helps protect the plant from winter damage), but prune in early spring.Astilbe can be used as cut flowers, perennial borders or shade gardens with Hosta’s and Ferns.Astilbe is considered to be deer resistant and will attract hummingbirds.* Easy to Grow! .

Color Flash Astilbe

Color Flash Astilbe
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Color Changing Leaves on Shady PlantAstilbe Color Flash (False Spirea), Astilbe x arendsii ‘Color Flash’, has a stunning new contrast of foliage colors!The deeply cut ferny leaves start off bright lime green, and then mature to a rich burgundy purple to a bronze color.  All foliage colors are present on each plant since the leaves come out in different stages!  Astilbe ‘Color Flash’ displays striking pink plumes that grow upright to about 10 inches above the plant.Astilbe ‘Color Flash’ would make a great new addition to your part shade garden. For a brilliant and colorful effect plant them in masses; use also in borders or containers.It is best to apply a thick layer of mulch around the root zone over the growing season to conserve soil moisture; since it prefers moisture, water regularly for abundant flowers and nice foliage.The multi-colored foliage is deer and rabbit resistant; attracts butterflies. Astilbe ‘Color Flash’ is a “must have” because of its long blooming period, great color, attractive foliage, and low, low maintenance!* Pink Plumes in Spring* Color Changing Ferny Leaves* Deer and Rabbit Resistant.

Montgomery Astilbe

Montgomery Astilbe
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The Astilbe ‘Montgomery’, Astilbe japonica, has wonderful deep red to scarlet-red flowers with dark red-bronze foliage changing to green in the spring.The flowers contrast wonderfully with the glossy foliage. Astilbe ‘Montgomery’ blooms in mid-summer and is 20” tall and a plant width of 24”. Do not allow Astilbe ‘Montgomery’ to dry out.It is most successfully grown in a shady area but can tolerate some morning sun. A moist, well-drained area is key for this plant.In order to keep Astilbe looking good for the next year, do not cut it back in the winter, (the old foliage helps protect the plant from winter damage), but prune in early spring.Astilbe can be used as cut flowers, perennial borders or shade gardens with Hosta’s and Ferns.Astilbe is considered to be deer resistant and will attract hummingbirds.* Easy to grow!* Shade plant* Deer resistant  .

Rock and Roll Astilbe

Rock and Roll Astilbe
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Rock and Roll is a brand new sturdy Astilbe! It is very floriferous, disease resistant, with glossy foliage. The stunning all white flowers create a focal point outdoors or in your indoor cutflower displays.Rock and Roll plants bloom late spring to early summer and it attains a height 16 – 18 inches. It performs best in full shade to partial sun.This astilbe is very hard to -25 degrees F. It increases in size slowly each year. This versatile Astilbe can be used as a border plant and is an excellent container plant.Though they are easy to grow, Astilbes have one critical requirement–lots of water. Plants must have consistently moist soil; dryness leads to a quick demise, especially in the sun.Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before flowering starts. Wait to cut back the old foliage until spring; it will help protect the plant from winter damage.* Easy to grow* Shade plant* Deer resistant .

Lollypop Astilbe

Lollypop Astilbe
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The Astilbe ‘Lollypop’, Astilbe japonica ‘Lollypop’ (PP11,966), is a colorful feathery flower with hot pink blooms, dark purple stems and dark green shiny foliage.Lollypop’s beautiful flowers contrast wonderfully with the dark green foliage. Astilbe ‘Lollypop’ blooms in early summer.Astilbes are grown most successfully in rich soil and under partial sun. The biggest key to successful growth of your Astilbes is water….they require a lot of water. The soil must remain moist. If the soil dries out the plant will falter quickly, especially in the sun.Wait to cut the foliage back until spring as that will protect the plant during the winter. Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before the flowers emerge.Astilbes can be used as cut flowers, perennial borders or shade gardens with Hosta’s and Ferns.Astilbe is considered to be deer resistant and will attract hummingbirds.* Easy to Grow! .

Little Vision in Purple Astilbe

Little Vision in Purple Astilbe
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Full-sized flower power, dwarf-sized plant!  ‘Little Visions in Purple’ Astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Little Visions in Purple’) takes the great qualities of full-sized garden astilbes and brings them up a notch, while taking them down a size! The foliage is a small, loose ball of lacy, fern-like leaves that are a striking bronze-green. They emerge from the ground each spring and their bronzy color means that they can take the sun better than other astilbes. In early summer, spikes of raspberry-purple flowers shoot up out of the center of the plant. The spikes have hundreds of tiny flowers that open up in succession, so you get colorful blooms over a long summer season because new flowers open as old flowers fade. The flowers make excellent cuts for bouquets, both fresh and dried.Astilbe is one of the classic shade garden plants. It is stunning in big drifts in a dappled shade border or try it under big shade trees where other plants might struggle. It is a natural for woodland gardens and makes a perfect groundcover in the shade of a north-facing wall.This is an herbaceous perennial that easily fills in small spaces. Its dwarf size makes it a can’t-miss addition to smaller urban gardens or in pots on a shady deck or balcony.Big flower color in a little package! ‘Little Visions in Purple’ Astilbe should be in your shady garden today! * Easy care* Beautiful raspberry-purple flowers* Perfect for shady borders and beds* Good in containers* Dwarf for smaller gardens, balconies and patios* Herbaceous perennial comes back better every year.

Little Vision in Pink Astilbe

Little Vision in Pink Astilbe
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Big flowers on a little plant for the shade!  ‘Little Visions in Pink’ Astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Little Visions in Pink’) takes all of the great qualities of full-sized garden astilbes and shrinks it down to a petite 16 inches tall and wide. The foliage is a compact ball of highly textured blue-green, fern-like leaves that emerge from the ground each spring. Then, in early summer, spikes of flamingo pink flowers grow up out of the center of the plant. Each spike has hundreds of tiny flowers that open up in succession. This means that you get a long season of colorful bloom as new flowers open when old flowers fade. The flowers are excellent when cut for bouquets, either fresh or dried.Astilbe is a classic shade garden plant. It is at its best in big drifts in the dappled shade border or under big shade trees where other plants struggle. It is perfect in a natural woodland setting or as a groundcover in the shade of a north-facing wall.This herbaceous perennial will quickly fill in wherever you put it. Its diminutive size makes it a must-have addition to smaller modern gardens or in containers on an urban deck or shaded balcony.Full-sized flower power in a cute little package! Add ‘Little Visions in Pink’ Astilbe to your shady garden today! * Easy care* Beautiful flamingo-pink flowers* Perfect for shady borders and beds* Good in containers* Dwarf for smaller gardens, balconies and patios* Herbaceous perennial comes back better every year.

Radius Astilbe

Radius Astilbe
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Red Plumes From Red Foliage Astilbe Radius, Astilbe ‘Radius’, is an outstanding new hybrid that starts showing off in the spring when the foliage emerges dark red, and then matures to dark green.Astilbe ‘Radius’ blooms profusely in midsummer when the dark red flowers buds open to deep rose-red plumes that butterflies and hummingbirds love.Radius is perfect for ‘lifting’ shady areas. Deadheading will not increase blooms, so leave the dried seed heads to provide late season interest. Cut back hard in spring.Radius blooms are slightly fragrant and makes a great cut flower.Astilbes are long-lived perennials that are most comfortable when grown in rich soil and light shade to filtered sun. They will grow in full shade, but will not bloom as prolifically there.Though they are easy to grow, Astilbes have one critical requirement–lots of water. Plants must have consistently moist soil; dryness leads to a quick demise, especially in the sun.Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before flowering starts. Wait to cut back the old foliage until spring; it will help protect the plant from winter damage. They are deer and rabbit resistant.* Red Foliage Matures to Green* Mid Summer Red Plumes* Attracts Butterflies, Resists Rabbits and Deer.

Astilbe Milk and Honey

Astilbe Milk and Honey
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Astilbe Milk and Honey, Astilbe chinensis ‘Milk and Honey’, is a white astilbe that holds up well under sun and drought!’Milk and Honey’ overflows with creamy white plumes that turn light pink as they age. The two color effect is lovely and very unique!This vigorous grower has bushy foliage that is somewhat marbled with green and silver when young. This cultivar is a vigorous grower that blooms profusely.It is deer and rabbit resistant!Astilbes are long-lived perennials that are most comfortable when grown in rich soil and light shade to filtered sun. They will grow in full shade, but will not bloom as prolifically there.Though they are easy to grow, Astilbes have one critical requirement–lots of water. Plants must have consistently moist soil; dryness leads to a quick demise, especially in the sun.Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before flowering starts. Wait to cut back the old foliage until spring; it will help protect the plant from winter damage.* Tall spikes of waving flowers* Herbaceous perennial.

Country and Western Astilbe

Country and Western Astilbe
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Large, Bright Pink Puffy FlowersThe Astilbe ‘Country and Western’, Astilbe arendsii ‘Country and Western’ (PP14969), is a colorful feathery flower with bright puffy salmon-pink blooms and shiny deep green foliage.Country and Western is part of the new Music series of Astilbes which are known for their large puffy blooms. The flowers contrast wonderfully with the dark green glossy foliage. Astilbe ‘Country and Western’ blooms on 18″ stalks in early summer.Astilbes are grown most successfully in rich soil and under partial sun. The biggest key to successful growth of your Astilbes is water….they require a lot of water. The soil must remain moist. If the soil dries out the plant will falter quickly, especially in the sun.Wait to cut the foliage back until spring as that will protect the plant during the winter. Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before the flowers emerge.Astilbes can be used as cut flowers, perennial borders or shade gardens with Hosta’s and Ferns.Astilbe is considered to be deer and rabbit resistant and will attract hummingbirds.* Early Summer Pink Puffy Blooms* Part Shade Plant* Deer and Rabbit Resistant.

Astilbe Rise and Shine

Astilbe Rise and Shine
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Astilbe Rise and Shine, Astilbe ‘Rise and Shine’, is a new hot pink flowering variety that will wake up your shade garden! The large, 8 inch long, plumes are held strong on sturdy flower stems and look like a large bouquet planted in the garden.Astilbe ‘Rise and Shine’ is a new hybrid variety of the Astilbe chinensis species which is where it gets its increased sun and drought tolerance from. Deer and rabbit resistant foliage!Astilbes are long-lived perennials that are most comfortable when grown in rich soil and light shade to filtered sun. They will grow in full shade, but will not bloom as prolifically there.Though they are easy to grow, Astilbes have one critical requirement–lots of water. Plants must have consistently moist soil; dryness leads to a quick demise, especially in the sun.Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before flowering starts. Wait to cut back the old foliage until spring; it will help protect the plant from winter damage.* Easy to grow* Shade plant.

Hennie Graafland Astilbe

Hennie Graafland Astilbe
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The Astilbe ‘Hennie Graafland’, Astilbe simplicifolia ‘Hennie Graafland’, is a colorful feathery flower with light pink blooms and shiny bronze-green foliage.Hennie Graafland is part of the simplicifolia group which are known for their fine textured foliage. The flowers contrast wonderfully with the dark bronze-green foliage. Astilbe ‘Hennie Graafland’ blooms in mid-summer.Astilbes are grown most successfully in rich soil and under partial sun. The biggest key to successful growth of your Astilbes is water….they require a lot of water. The soil must remain moist. If the soil dries out the plant will falter quickly, especially in the sun.Wait to cut the foliage back until spring as that will protect the plant during the winter. Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before the flowers emerge.Astilbes can be used as cut flowers, perennial borders or shade gardens with Hosta’s and Ferns.Astilbe is considered to be deer resistant and will attract hummingbirds.* Easy to grow!* Great cut flowers* Deer resistant .

Sprite Astilbe

Sprite Astilbe
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The Astilbe ‘Sprite’, Astilbe simplicifolia, was the Perennial of the Year in 1994 and one can see why. With its wonderful apple blossom light pink flowers and dark bronze foliage with crinkly edges, it is defiantly an eye catcher.The flowers contrast wonderfully with the glossy foliage. The rust-colored seed heads are also attractive in the fall. Astilbe ‘Sprite’ blooms in mid-summer and is 12” tall and a plant width of 10-12”, being the smallest Astilbe in its familyDo not allow Astilbe ‘Sprite’ to dry out. It is most successfully grown in a shady area but can tolerate some morning sun. A moist, well-drained area is key for this plant.In order to keep Astilbe looking good for the next year, do not cut it back in the winter, (the old foliage helps protect the plant from winter damage), but prune in early spring.Astilbe can be used as cut flowers, perennial borders or shade gardens with Hosta’s and Ferns.Astilbe is considered to be deer resistant and will attract hummingbirds.* Easy to grow* Shade plant* Deer resistant .

Deutschland Astilbe

Deutschland Astilbe
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The Astilbe, Deutschland, ‘Astilbe japonica ‘Deutschland’, produces brilliant, show-stopping, and feathery white flower plumes that spike-up high above the center of an attractive mound of green to bronze fern-like foliage.A summer-flowering perennial, astilbe thrives in rich, cool, partially shaded, and moist location. It is great combined with hardy ferns and hostas or massed.This plant can be used in a shade garden, patios, and containers.Wait to cut the foliage back until spring as that will protect the plant during the winter. Fertilize Astilbes in late spring before the flowers emerge.Astilbes can be used as cut flowers, perennial borders or shade gardens. Astilbe is considered to be deer resistant and will attract hummingbirds.* Easy to grow!* Brilliant white blooms* Great cut flowers  .