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Quite floriferous; this variety blooms May-June and again August-October. Ruby-red umbels burst from the purple-tipped, star-shaped red bracts for a galaxy of color.
Astrantia Star of Love is prized for fresh or dried floral arrangements. Picking flowers results in even more blooms. For added interest, bracts remain attractive even after the flowers fade. Masterwort have been cultivated in Britain since the 16th century.
Flowerheads remain attractive for a long time. Astrantia is an old cottage-garden favorite, but works well in contemporary-style gardens, too. Perfectly suited towards the front of a mostly sunny site or at a woodland edge. Excellent filler plant and cut flower. Does not seed; clump will widen politely over time.
Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho
at this time.
Astrantia are happiest in a moist soil that drains well and would not be happy in a hot dry site. Remove spent flowers to prevent self-seeding. Can be cut back to new growth at base of plant if foliage declines in hot summers. Leave new basal growth for winter. Divide in spring or fall every 4-5 years.
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