Astilbe japonica 'Peach Blossom' (False Spirea)

Peach pink blooms open on dark red stems with green leaves. Moderate growth rate.

Blooms early to mid summer
1.5- 2 ft tall x 1.5- 2 ft wide
Fragrant
Deer and rabbit resistant
Attracts bees and butterflies
Tolerant to juglone

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Zone Zone 4
Exposure Partial Shade
Moisture Moderate to Consistent Moisture

Large amber-gold blooms flourish on striking blue-silver foliage.

Blooms in mid to late spring
4′ tall x 4′ spread
Deciduous
HARDY to -20°F (-28°C)
Fragrant
Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds

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White flowers, dark stems, red leaves in spring, black in summer, maroon in fall, fast growth rate, blooms early to late summer, 0.5 ft tall x 1 ft wide, full sun to partial shade

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Dark green, yellow chartreuse margin, dull elliptic leaves with streaking slightly rippled margin, slow growth rate, lavender semi bell blooms, blooms mid to late summer, partial to full shade. Small (16-25 cm)

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Green, produces edible fiddleheads, bronze fall foliage, moderate growth rate, 3-4 ft tall x 2-3 ft wide, groundcover, partial to full shade, acidic.

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Bright red double blooms, green foliage, moderate growth rate, blooms early to late spring, 0.5ft tall x 1ft wide, partial to full shade

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Pink-blushed buds open to large trusses of showy white blooms with greenish-yellow blotch contrasting with the dark green foliage. Moderate growth rate. Blooms late spring. Low compact growth. 4′ tall x 4′ spread. Part Shade. HARDY to -20F (-29C)

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Bright red blooms open on dark red stems adorned with lacy green foliage. Moderate growth rate.

Blooms early to late summer
1.5-2 ft tall x 1.5-2 ft wide
Fragrant
Deer and rabbit resistant
Attracts butterflies
Tolerant to juglone

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Bright crimson plumes grow high on bright green foliage. Moderate growth rate.

Blooms early to mid summer
2-2.5 ft tall x 1.5-2 ft wide
Fragrant
Deer and rabbit resistant
Attracts butterflies
Tolerant to juglone

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