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Astilbe (Astilbe) chinensis 'Maggie Daley' (Maggie Daley Chinese Astilbe)

Clump forming . Showy spikes of bright lavender pink blooms in mid late summer. Bronze tinted new growth turning dark green with maturity. Lacy, fern-like foliage. More drought tolerant than the species once established. Excellent for naturalistic plantings in wooded areas.

  • Height: 18"-24"
  • Spread: 18"-24"
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Astilbe (Astilbe) chinensis 'Visions in Red' (Visions in Red Chinese Astilbe)

Tall feathery blooms of reddish-purple above deep bronze-green foliage.  Foliage is deeply incised, coarsely textured, and often bronze-green in color.  This more heat and drought tolerant selection thrives in dappled shade. Valued for their airy quality as the flowers are borne on narrow, branched panicles.  Excellent for cutting.  Seed heads add interest to the winter garden. Great in massed plantings.

  • Height: 14"
  • Spread: 12"
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Astilbe (Astilbe) chinensis 'Visions' (Visions Chinese Astilbe)

Lilac purple flowers, bronze green foliage, more sun tolerant. Blooms early to mid season. A compact clump forming perennial which features graceful fern-like foliage. Excellent spreading groundcover or edging plant for shady areas. Good for massing or grouping in shade or woodland gardens or in shaded perennial gardens.

  • Height: 14"-16"
  • Spread: 12"-15"
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Astilbe (Astilbe) x. 'Verscerise' (Younique™ Cerise False Spirea)

Fragrant bright pink flowers emerge in early summer over lacy green foliage.  Best in mostly shade except for in cooler summer regions.  The Younique™ series have a compact, rounded growing habit, and bloom earlier than other Astilbe.   Great for cut flowers and in containers.

 

 

  • Height: 12"-16"
  • Spread: 14"-18"
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Characteristics
  • Attracts Birds
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    Rabbit Resistant
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Deer Resistant
  • Fragrant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Shade
  • Wet Soils