Rodgersia aesculifolia

(Chestnut-leaved rodgersia

While the tiering sprays of tiny flowers might be white, they could equally be pink as this plant is grown from seed. The striking flowers are borne on thick stems above handsome leaves that do indeed (as the common name suggests) resemble those of a chestnut tree.

While the tiering sprays of tiny flowers might be white, they could equally be pink as this plant is grown from seed. The striking flowers are borne on thick stems above handsome leaves that do indeed (as the common name suggests) resemble those of a chestnut tree.

£5.60 each OR £15.90 for three
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Delivery: 7-10 days

Info

Colour: White
Flowers: July and August
Height x Spread: 200cm x 90cm
Soil: Remains moist
Planting position: Sun/Partial Shade
Mounding plant
Hardy to -10 degrees and more, the foliage dies back in autumn and emerges again in spring. Tidy up the old leaves before new ones start to grow. Slow to establish but long lived

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