Astrantia 'Roma' (PBR)

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Buy Astrantia 'Roma' (PBR) masterwort: A stunning long flowering variety

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: fertile, moist, preferably humus-rich soil
  • Rate of Growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: June to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Delicate, papery, soft pink flowers which are held on wiry stems above attractive deeply lobed, mid-green leaves. This delightful masterwort is a vigorous variety with a much longer flowering period than most pink or red varieties. It looks particularly fetching planted with grasses and is garden designer, Piet Oudolf's favourite masterwort.

    Astrantias have been cultivated in Britain since the 16th century and have numerous common names, such as melancholy gentleman, Hattie's pincushion and the more well known masterwort.

  • Garden care: Incorporate plenty of organic matter when planting and water well in dry weather especially newly established plants. Lift and divide large clumps in early spring and apply a generous 5-7 cm mulch of well-rotted manure or garden compost around the plant. Divided specimens may take some time to establish since they don't like having their roots disturbed.

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One of the Best Astrantia's


Without doubt one of the best Astrantia's, very hardy and reliable. If you are looking for a long flowering pink flower for your border you can't do better than Roma.




Very good, now well established


My brother recommended your company and now I am recommending your company to others.

Jean B



They didn't flower but fingers crossed for this year


Required for cottage garden look



I certainly would but this item again


I have watched my astrantia grow well in my garden and am delighted with the overall service I received from Crocus


Merthyr Tydfik




I love Astrantias- and wanted to add this lovely pink one to the garden. I bought 3 9cm plants for my raised bed, in partial shade. They flowered we through early summer, looking forward to next summer.




Pretty in Pink


Love this pink variety - so hoping for more flowers this year




Long flowering


I bought three of these last year for a bed in the full sun. They were healthy plants that grew and flowered as expected. After cutting the dead stems out the plants then continued, after a break, to flower for a lengthy period. The second and third flowerings were more robust than the first so I was really pleased with them.

Fair weather gardener



Recommend this lovely plant


Has grown well after spring planting, lots off flowers over a long time




Classy silver/pink flowers


This has delicate looking pink flowers and like most attractive is happy in a bit of shade. Not as big as some cultivars but subtle colour, so needs to be towards the front of the border. Generally hardy but I have lost some after really cold weather.

Country Girl



I would recommend this plant


Excellent in shade. Good flowers for displays indoors. Can be invasive.


Tisbury, Wiltshire



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Are these, or any Astrantias, suitable for containers? I was looking for plants for East facing containers that are attractive to pollinators. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you


Hello there Yes astrantias can be grown in pots as long as they have the right conditions, - a good fertile, moist soil. I have attached the astrantias for east facing aspect. Hope this helps

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