Glowing rose-pink plumes of Astilbe Graafland sway above lacy deep green foliage of this dwarf variety. Lush, deeply cut foliage is attractive for the entire season. Young foliage may be tinged with bronze. Airy plumes in summer move with the slightest breeze. Blooms mid to late summer.
Astilbe lend a refined grace to perennial borders. Lush deeply cut foliage is attractive for the entire season and is colored from green to bronze. Effective anywhere with rich moist soil and partial shade. Deer resistant.
Low care. Needs moisture during dry spells. Best to clean up in the spring as seedheads are attractive. Can be divided every 3-5 years in early spring. Cut through woody crowns to separate eyes to form additional plants. Add fertilizer or compost if desired when planting or moving and in late fall to winter.