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Astilbe /əˈstɪlbiː/ is a genus of 18 species of rhizomatous flowering plants, within the family Saxifragaceae, native to mountain ravines and woodland in Asia  ...

Astilbe: How to Plant, Grow, and Care for Astilbes | The Old Farmer's ...

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Astilbe is a perennial with beautiful, showy flowers atop glossy, fern–like foliage. Its flower clusters vary in size from 6 inches to 2 feet and its height varies from 6 ...

Astilbe Plant Information – How To Grow And Care For Astilbe Flowers

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Feb 26, 2015 ... Likely the focal point of your shady summer flowerbed, astilbe flowers can be recognized by their tall, fluffy plumes which tower above frilly, ...

Astilbe (Meadowsweet) Plant Varieties | White Flower Farm

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The colorful spikes of the Astilbe plant brings a pest-free addition to your garden. Shop the wide selection of Meadowsweet plants at White Flower Farm.

How to Grow Astilbe Perennial Flowers Growing Astilbe Plants

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How to Grow Astilbe Perennial Flower. Perennial. Perennial Astilbe is a great shade plant with rich, dense foliage and feathery, summer blooms for your shade  ...

Astilbe Growing Tips and Benefits - Spring Hill Nursery

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If you need to add some pizzazz to your shade garden, astilbe should be at the top of your planting list. It's one of the most popular perennials in America today.

Astilbe Perennials, Astilbe Plants - Bluestone Perennials

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Astilbe lends a refined grace to perennial borders, and are considered essential to the shade garden. These Perennial Spirea produce stunning plume-like ...

Astilbe × arendsii 'Fanal' - Plant Finder - Missouri Botanical Garden

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Common Name: astilbe. Type: Herbaceous perennial. Family: Saxifragaceae. Zone: 3 to 8. Height: 1.00 to 1.50 feet. Spread: 0.75 to 1.00 feet. Bloom Time: July.

Astilbe - Gardening - About.com

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If you're looking for a low-maintenance perennial flower with a long season of interest, consider Astilbe. Here's how easy they are to grow...

Astilbe Planting Guide Spring, How to Plant Astilbe in Spring

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Growing guides for astilbe plants provided by Easy to Grow Bulbs will help you achieve gardening success.

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Types Of Astilbe
Astilbes are sometimes called false spirea, false goat's beard or meadowsweet. Native to Asia and North America, they are hardy perennials that grow well in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9. The flowers are feathery plumes... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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Astilbe, False Spirea - American Meadows

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3 days ago ... "I planted this Astilbe in a mixed-sun flower bed. It was placed toward the back, and grew beautifully, as a backgound flower. The color blended ...

Hybrid Astilbe - Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Flower Growing ...

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Herbaceous Perennial Flower. Also known as False Spirea Astilbe x arendsii. Saxifragaceae Family. Some of the most popular plants for moist, shady areas, ...

Astilbe - National Gardening Association

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Astilbe produces an attractive mound of glossy, fernlike foliage topped with delicate plumes of colorful flowers. Another common name is false goat's beard.