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Astilbe Roots - Diamant Pre-Sale Now; Ships Spring 2021

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Pre-Sale Now; Ships Spring 2021 (see schedule)

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Bag of 3 $24.95
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Bag of 9 $60.95
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  • Perennial; Grows up to 2' tall x 1' wide
  • Mid-Late Summer Blooming, Easy to Grow, Deer Resistant, White Plumes
  • Prefers Partial Shade

Product Description

The Diamant or Diamond Astilbe is a pure white flower that is truly unique - it lights up a shaded area from early to mid summer and turns a caramel color as winter approaches. These lovely Astilbes are a wonderful cut flower and bring pollinators to your garden.
  • Fast Facts

    Name:Diamant Astilbe Roots
    Botanical Name:Astilbe arendsii
    Life Cycle:Perennial
    Root Size:2-3 Eyes
    Color:White Plumes
    Planting Season:Spring
    Bloom Season:Mid-Late Summer
    Height at Maturity:2 Feet Tall x 1 Feet Wide
    Planting Depth:Top of the root should be 1" below the soil line
    Light Requirement:Partial Shade
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Ships:Spring
  • Planting Instructions

    Astilbes are a beautiful addition to almost any area. Also called False Goat's Beard or Meadowsweet, there are over 25 different varieties of Astilbe, each with a different colors and characteristics. With the right conditions and some occasional water, Astilbes will thrive and provide a unique look to your planting area.

    When to Plant your Astilbe Roots:

    Plant your Astilbe roots in the Spring.

    Where to Plant your Astilbe Roots:

    Plant your Astilbes in a location protected from full sun - Astilbes can't survive the heat of the full sun. Astilbes thrive in shady areas that other plants can't handle. Make sure that the soil in that area is humus-rich and well-draining. If you want to amend your soil, you can add perlite, coarse sand or peat moss to increase draining qualities.

    How to Plant your Astilbe Roots:

    Dig a hole about twice as wide as the roots and around 4-6 inches deep so the top of the roots are about 1 inch below the soil line.

    How to Care for your Astilbe Roots:

    Make sure that your growing Astilbes get enough water - we recommend that instead of watering a little bit every day, water your Astilbes deeply when the soil looks dry. After about 4 years, divide and replant your roots as to not over-crowd your plants.

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