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Astilbe 'Ostrich Plume'
[False Spirea]

Size (ships bareroot) - Gal.
Astilbe \'Ostrich Plume\'
Height Light
Needs
Bloom
Time
Bloom
Color
Zones
24 - 30 in. Partial Sun Early Summer Pink 4 - 9
Arching coral-rose blooms are very large, open and drooping - very different than typical astilbe flowers. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful flowers for shade. Foliage tends to remain attractive all season and if left in place adds interest to the winter garden.

Arching coral-rose blooms are very large, open and drooping - very different than typical astilbe flowers. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful flowers for shade. Foliage tends to remain attractive all season and if left in place adds interest to the winter garden.

Care: All astilbe require consistently moist soil rich in organic matter. Light shade or filtered sun is best - more shade will reduce the amount of blooms and sun tends to be hard on both the color and the plant. Moisture is critical especially during blooms - drought stricken plants have a tough time rebounding. Dividing the plants in the spring every 4 years or so will keep them vigorous.

Other Attributes:
Fragrant Good cut flower
Dries well
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