Category Archives: Astilbe

Visions in Pink Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe chinensis Description:

Mixed Astilbe – 5 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe x Arendsii Description: Feathery flowers in shades of pink, red, and white bring glowing color and exotic form to partially shaded locations in the midsummer garden. The plants love moist soil, grow 20 inches high, and are topped by 6-inch flower plums during June and July. Flowers are delicately scented and are

Ostrich Plume Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe x Arendsii Description: Ostrich Plume astilbe has pink, drooping flower spikes making this an eye-catching addition to your shade garden.

Europa Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe japonica Description: Big light pastel pink flower plumes are very feathery and full. Especially lovely when in deep shade – the blooms seem to light up. Flower fronds are carried on mounds of fern-like foliage. Easy to grow in the garden, and excellent cut flowers fresh or dried.

Fanal Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe x Arendsii Description: Deep red flowers are large, full, and graceful in form. Flower fronds are held upright atop a low mound of foliage, creating most of the plant’s 20-inch height. A spectacular addition to perennial beds, or used for creating all-astilbe accents! Excellent for drying or to cut and place fresh

Deutschland Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe x arendsii Description: The bright white, feathery plumes of this outstanding variety sway above its red-tinged, glossy green foliage in late spring and early summer. Vigorous and carefree, it produces clumps that grow up to 2′ tall and spread as wide, making Astilbe ‘Deutschland’ exceptionally versatile anywhere there’s shade or dappled sun

Hyacinth Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe x Arendsii Description: It’s delicate coloring and graceful flower form combine to make this premium Astilbe especially striking in the garden and in the vase. Its lacy, lavender-pink flower plumes add texture and interesting form over mid-summer, and the blooms are complimented by bronze green foliage. It grows especially well in moist,

Peach Blossom Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe x Arendsii Description: Unusual coloring. Thick-filled flower plumes are a lovely light shade of soft coral peach that glows warmly in the garden sun. It is generous with its blooms, and holds its plumes nicely above its foliage. Enjoy them in the garden and snip a few for bouquets. The cut flowers

Amethyst Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe japonica Description: Glorious plumes of vivid lilac pink flowers brighten up even the deepest shade, energizing it with brilliant color in early summer. Ideal for woodland areas, this vigorous variety forms a mound of foliage up to 2′ tall, and the flowers rise above it on strong upright stems 3′ high. Fluffy

Rheinland Astilbe – 3 root divisions

Botanical Name: Astilbe japonica Description: Rich green, glossy foliage beautifully showcases the rosy pink plumes of this shade garden favorite. It grows in dense mounds only 9-12″ high, and the feathery flowers dance above it on red-tinged, upright stems up to 2′ tall. Blooms are long-lasting in the early summer border, and last just as