Astilbe

There are tall astilbes for herbaceous borders and small ones of rock garden stature, but all prefer cool and damp conditions. They are clump-forming perennials with branched spikes bearing a multitude of tiny flowers, usually pink or white, sometimes red, closely packed together into a fuzzy mass. The multiply divided leaves are also attractive, opening with bronze colouring, and the dried flowers stems can stand through the winter, adding structure for many extra months. See also Filipendula.
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Astilbe chinensis var. pumila

Dwarf form with pink flowers tightly packed along stem and short side branches.
£8.00

Astilbe japonica hybrid pink form

Tall spikes of pink feathery flowers above delicate cut leaves.
£8.00

Astilbe x arendsii 'Brautschleier'

Clump-forming perennial with elegant sprays of of nodding white flowers.
£8.00