Astilbe 'Bressingham Beauty' (× arendsii)

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Buy Astilbe 'Bressingham Beauty' (× arendsii) false goatsbeard: Feathery plumes of pink flowers

  • 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. It prefers a sunny spot in reliably moist soil, although it can grow in drier soils in a partially shaded 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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Notes on Astilbe 'Bressingham Beauty' (× arendsii)

"Deep-purple conical flower heads and bronze foliage make this tall astilbe a vibrant choice for moist soil especially with large yellow and orange ligularias"

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