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Astilbe j. 'Deutschland' ~ Deutschland Japanese Astilbe-ServeScape

Astilbe japonica 'Deutschland'


1 G | 21 Avail. | $11.00

Deutschland Japanese Astilbe is a mounding herbaceous perennial with deeply divided dark green fern-like foliage.  Upright triangular panicles of pure white flowers create feathery tufts above the leaves in late spring into summer.  Flowers best in part shade and rich, moist soils.  Astilbe are deer and rabbit resistant. Type:  Perennial Height:  1.5' - 2' Spread:  1.5' - 2' Spacing:  1.5' USDA Hardiness Zone:  4 - 9 Culture:  Part Sun, Full Shade Bloom Color:  White Season of Interest:  Spring, Summer MAINTENANCE NEEDS: Low maintenance.  Water regularly, keep soils moist to prevent burning or foliage decline.  Powdery mildew and wilt may occur.  Watch for japanese beetles.  LANDSCAPE USES:  Accents or Group Plantings, Borders, Woodland Gardens, Naturalized Areas, Wildlife Garden, Foundational Plantings, and Containers....

Caladium 'Red Flash ~ Red Flash Caladium-ServeScape

Caladium 'Red Flash


18-CT FLAT | 25 Avail. | $67.50

6-CT FLAT | 25 Avail. | $32.00

Red Flash Caladium is a tuberous tropical annual with an upright habit grown for its broad and colorful foliage.  The huge arrowhead shaped leaves are deep green with distinctive dark red veining and splashed with pink.  Grows best in part sun with rich, well-drained acidic soils.   Type:  Annual Height:  2’ - 3’ Spread:  1’ - 2’ Spacing:  1.5’ USDA Hardiness Zone:  8 - 11 Culture:  Part Sun, Full Shade Bloom Color:  N/A Season of Interest:  Multi-Seasonal MAINTENANCE NEEDS:   Low maintenance plant.  Keep soils consistently moist.  Dig up after foliage dieback or first frost and bring in to overwinter if in zones lower than 8.  No serious pests or disease issues.  Foliage is...

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