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Astilbe 'August Light' Common Name: Astilbe-Hybrid Common Name (Alternative): False Spirea

Lush red flowers with rosy highlights absolutely glows Astilbe arendsii Glow Perennial Spirea

Spirea 'Color Flash' Astilbe x arendsii - This variety will be released in 2014. Brilliant spring foliage matures to a blend of burgundy, purple and green and then traditional autumn shades come fall. Prefers semi-shade. Height 18-20". Zones 3-8

Color Flash Lime Astilbe - A Perfect Plant Made Even Better: 'Color Flash' Astilbe

False Spirea  Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem'    Zone: 2-8  Full sun  Height: 3-4'  Spread: 3-4'  Blooms: July-August, Panicles of tiny, white flowers pink-red fern-like spring foliage turns chartreuse with bronze tips, then solid green.

False Spirea Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem' Zone: Full sun Height: Spread: Blooms: July-August, Panicles of tiny, white flowers pink-red fern-like spring foliage turns chartreuse with bronze tips, then solid green.

False Spirea.  Astilbe japonica 'Red Sentinel'.  24" tall, plant 18" apart.  flowers late spring to early summer.  part sun to full shade.  hardy to zone 4.  wet site tolerant.  deer & rabbit resistant.  attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Can divide every 3-5 years.

Astilbe Red Sentinel (Perennial Spirea)

Statuesque purple-red plumes glow against bronze and green foliage. This tall variety blooms in early summer, later than other Astilbe. Lavi...

Astilbe Purple Candles (Perennial Spirea)

Astilbe Purple Candles - Statuesque purple-red plumes glow against bronze and green foliage. This tall variety blooms in early summer, later than other side garden, 2015 front garden by granite post)

Astilbe Japonica -- comes in a variety of colors; "Deutschland" is the one pictured

Astilbe Deutschland (Perennial Spirea)

Add Astilbe 'Deutschland' from Bluestone Perennials to a vignette including brunnera and Siberian iris to create three-season textural interest in a moist, shady area of your garden.

Robust Male Fern  Dryopteris felix-mas 'Undulata Robusta'  Upright, stately fronds have distinctive undulated edges. Thicker foliage remains green in winter and holds up well in rainy climates. Excellent for naturalizing in woodlands, semi-formal shade gardens and sheltered foundation plantings. Semi-evergreen.      Key feature:	Shade Loving  Plant type:	Fern  Deciduous/evergreen:	Semi-evergreen  Cold hardiness zones:	4 - 8  Light needs:	Full to partial

Monrovia's Robust Male Fern details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

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