Densely packed clusters of semi-double, pink flowers are perched atop dwarf, compact plants. Blooms prolifically in late summer and fall when most other plants are spent. Shows excellent resistance for mildew and rust.
Densely packed clusters of charming purple, semi-double flowers. Dwarf, compact habit; does not require staking. A prolific bloomer in late summer and fall when most other plants are spent. 'Wood's' selections have shown excellent resistance to mildew and rust.
This superb hybrid with elegant, lavender blossoms represents a color breakthrough for astilbes. Feathery plumes appear for up to four weeks in early to midsummer, and move airily above the foliage with the slightest breeze. Delicate, fern-like foliage is ornamental in its own right.
An Astilbe with a new twist! Like other Astilbe, Color Flash starts the growing season with green leaves. Unlike others, the leaves change to various hues of burgundy, purple, gold and green. Produces 10" tall pink flower spikes in early summer. Outstanding plant in a partial shade setting.
On the heels of the successful introduction of Color Flash Astilbe comes the new Color Flash Lime. Its leaves emerge intense yellow and softening to light green as the season progresses. This plant is ideal for containers, shaded perennial gardens and borders where its vibrant colored leaves provide a flash of color all season long. Great for mass plantings. It will reach 10 inches high and 16 inches wide, with pink flower spikes towering 10 to 15 inches above the foliage.
Lighten up the shade with an extra-bright, profuse infusion of pink! This Astilbe is among the most beautiful of all the shade-loving perennials, filling the mid- to late-summer air with huge 6-inch plumes of rose-pink.
Bright yellow 3-4" across thistle-like flowers enclosed in glossy, light brown bracts on strong, stiff stems. Blooms for 2-3 weeks in the mid-summer. Sometimes commonly called globe centaurea or yellow hardhat. Good cut and dried flower.
The cornflower-blue, fringed blossoms of this perennial attract butterflies like magnets in the garden. Centaura blooms from early to midsummer and usually blooms again in the fall if plants are cut back hard after the first flush. The flowers are old-fashioned favorites in cut flower bouquets.
This exquisite hellebore features large three inch, fluffy double flowers in pink shades ranging from light to bright lipstick pink, some with purple speckling. You can't help but to be drawn to this beauty queen.
Interesting balloon-like buds burst open into beautiful bell-shaped flowers. Exceptional branching and thick flower petals make for long-lasting light pink blooms. Its compact, uniform habit makes 'Astra Pink' a good selection for cut flowers, containers, or the garden.
Interesting balloon-like buds burst open into beautiful blue, dwarf bell-shaped flowers. 'Sentimental Blue' is an excellent low-growing border or rock garden plant. It is a prolific bloomer that is pest and disease free.
Grand Marshall Bee Balm produces a profusion of brilliant fuchsia-purple flowers atop mid-sized, upright plants from mid through late summer. They add a fun element to fresh flower bouquets. This cultivar exhibits very good mildew resistance.