Exposure
Sun
Part sun
Shade
Soil Moisture Needs
Wet
Critter Resistance
Deer Resistant
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Summer
Bloom Color
Apricot
Pink
Attributes
Good Cut Flowers
Water Requirements
Prefers consistent soil moisture

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Sprite'

False Spirea

This 1994 Perennial Plant of the Year has arching, shell-pink, feathery plumes accented by dark bronze-green foliage. May be planted in sun if given plenty of moisture. Wonderful plants for the moist border, woodland edges, or planted en masse.

Height:

12 Inches

Spacing:

18" (46 cm)

Additional:

Prefers consistent soil moisture.

Hardiness Zone:

4-9

Bloom Color:

Shell-pink.

Astilbe (a-stil-bee')

Family: Saxifragaceae · Common Name: False Spirea

Striking feathery flower plumes complement attractive foliage. Outstanding in shaded gardens, thriving in moist woodland soil or at water's edge, even in sunny locations with plenty of moisture. Good cut flower.

Home  |   Plant Info  |   Calendar  |   Where to Buy  |   Coupons  |   Marketing  |   About Us  |   Employment  |   Enewsletters  |   Contact Us