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Zone: 4 to 9Perennial
|Blooms early summer|
Cultivar Notes - 'Rhythm and Blues'
Bright raspberry-pink plumes with a full, fuzzy appearance and a diamond shape. Blooms in early summer. Large, coarsely textured, medium green leaves and dark stems.
Series Notes - Music™
New hybrid Astilbe that have been selected for attractive foliage and increased flower production. These Astilbe produce twice as many flowering eyes and more secondary flowers as the old standards. They also have a more compact nature combined with more flowers, and shorter and denser plumes as well.
Species Notes - Astilbe arendsii
The largest group of hybrids named for hybridizer Georg Arends. This group comprises some of the oldest and original hybridized varieties, yet they remain some of the more popular in production. Generally taller varieties and early blooming. Zone 3-8.
Genus Notes - Astilbe
If you're looking for summer color in shade, you need Astilbes. They produce feathery plumes in red, white, and pink after most other shade plants have finished flowering. For best results, plant in soil that doesn't dry out completely. Astilbe produce large plumes in varius sizes and shapes. Each plume consists of hundreds of tiny flowers, each opening in succession, providing a long season of bloom. Plumes make excellent fresh cuts or for drying in natural bouquets. Astilbe grow best in moist soils and semi-shade. Will tolerate more sun with adequate moisture. Excellent for the woodland garden. Plant in mass for a stunning display.