Astilbe 'Brautschleier' (× arendsii)

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Buy Astilbe 'Brautschleier' (× arendsii) false goatsbeard: Copious amounts of clear white flowers

This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun or partial shade
  • Soil: moist, humus-rich soil
  • Rate of growth: vigorous
  • Flowering period: July
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Delicate, feathery, vivid pink plumes appear in midsummer above serrated, bronze- tinted, mid-green leaves. This astilbe is one of the taller varieties. It's ideal for a moist bog garden or moist border, and the foliage contrasts particularly well with plants like rodgersia which have bolder, coarse-textured leaves. Although it can grow in drier soils it does need to be in a shady spot.

  • Garden care:Newly planted astilbes need to be kept well watered until they are established. Lift and divide large clumps every three or four years in late winter or early spring discarding old,woody rhizomes. Mulch with well-rotted organic matter in spring.

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Slow growing but tough

3

I bought this plant a year ago and it's still getting settled in with no flowers as yet. It's still going strong though so hopefully it will establish itself soon.

LinZik64

York

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quality plant

4

Lovely plant and well packaged so in good condition on arrival.

Janey

Nottinghamshire

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Beautiful sparkling white

5

The Astilbe took quickly and developed a good size in the first year. Strong plant.

CariM

Yorkshire

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Nice plant

5

Looks great in the garden

Geraint Rees

Pontypridd

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Love it

5

Thankyou they are great!

Tilly

East sussex

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Astilbe Brautschleier

4

I planted three together which gave a lovely show for my daughters wedding

Keen gardener

Devon

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Brightens up a dark corner

5

Plant is good quality and has done well in a shady wet area of my garden.

TinaB

Manchester

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My astilbe has green flowers and not white ones. Will they turn white eventually?

Sarah

Hello, I suspect your astilbe is still in bud, but when the flowers open, they should be white.

Helen

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