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any plant of the genus Astilbe having compound leaves and showy panicles of tiny colorful flowers

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Astilbe simplicifolia is a dwarf species growing to 15ins high, a little later flowering than taller species.
Seed heads, like those on astilbe, dry on the plant and are ornamental for indoor use in dry flower arrangements.
The dried rhizomes of Astilbe species have been traditionally used as a topical application for the treatment of sword cuts, bites by animals, frost-bite, burns, or suppurative dermatitis since the Tang period (about 8th century) in China (Kubo et al.
Although data on dimorphism and polyploidy are sparse, Miller found a correlation between the two traits in strawberries, astilbe, and 10 other genera.
95, or six mixed Astilbe, two each of red, white and pink, for just pounds 7.
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Astilbe Purplelanze GREAT plumes of vivid purple that will keep going until early autumn, Astilbes are generally trouble-free plants with a long season of interest and are very good for bringing colour and interest to shady corners.
Some popular plants such as Astilbe, Helleborus and Hostas have tough compacted crowns with fleshy buds and roots difficult to pull apart.
This week's online offer is for an Astilbe "Thunder and Lightning" for just PS2.
Her bouquet was soft and romantic and was composed of peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, astilbe, and dusty miller, all hand-tied with multi-colored pleated ribbon and lace.
Epimedium, above hails from Europe, the US and Asia, while astilbe, below was first found in Asia
Epimedium, above hails from Europe, the US and Asia, while astilbe, below was first found in Asia | Epimedium, above hails from Europe, the US and Asia, while astilbe, below was first found in Asia
Ernest Wilson, below scoured the globe for more interesting varieties of plants to bring back to the UK | Ernest Wilson, below scoured the globe for more interesting varieties of plants to bring back to the UK | Rocky Mountain Way: Penstemon | Rocky Mountain Way: Penstemon | Epimedium, above hails from Europe, the US and Asia, while astilbe, below was first found in Asia | Epimedium, above hails from Europe, the US and Asia, while astilbe, below was first found in Asia
Other stunning additions to the border are hemerocallis (day lily), astilbe and astrantia.