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Rodgersia spp.

Common Name(s):
Rodgersia
Category:
Perennials
Comment:

Rodgersia is a bold, striking perennial plant with 5-parted leaves and upright panicles of tiny soft pink flowers, resembling Astilbe. It grows well at the waters edge, and requires constant moisture else the leaves turn brown along the edges. After flowering the distinctive foliage, which resembles that of Horsechestnut is ornamental.

Season:
Late spring to early summer
Height:
36-48 in.
Flower Color:
Pink, creamy white, yellow
Hardiness:
USDA Hardiness Zone 3-7
Propagation:
Division
Exposure:
Partial shade to full sun
Soil:
Permanently moist soil
Regions:
Mountains
Origin:
China

NCCES plant id: 772

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