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Fanal Astilbe

Astilbe Arendsii Hybrid 'Fanal'

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Fanal Astilbe

Astilbe Arendsii Hybrid 'Fanal'

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Special Features
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Deer Resistant
Easy Care
Shade Loving

Botanical Name

Astilbe Arendsii Hybrid 'Fanal'

Outdoor Growing zone

4-8

Mature Height

2-3

Mature Width

1-2

Sun needs

Partial Sun, Shade

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The Fanal Astilbe is one of the earliest astilbe to bloom, and is usually flowering by July. Blooms last for weeks, and are even attractive when they become brown. The ferny leaves are dark burgundy-green, and this really sets off the beautiful pomegranate red fluffy spikes of bloom. These can grow to 3 feet in ideal conditions, but are usually lower. A perfect plant to grow beside water or in partial shade, wherever you have moist to wet ground. Tolerates some sun in cool zones.

  • Deep red flowers rise above dark, red-green leaves
  • In bloom by July
  • Loves partial and full shade
  • Spectacular beside water and in damp soil
  • Very low maintenance and reliable bloomer

the Fanal Astilbe will grow in full sun in cool zones, and everywhere else, into light full shade. Moisture is essential, so avoid dry soil and water regularly during hot weather. It enjoys wet ground as well as ordinary moist soil, but don’t plant directly in water. This variety is more tolerant of drier soils than many others. It doesn’t suffer from pests or diseases at all, and both deer and rabbits give it a miss. A simple annual cut-down in fall or early spring is all it takes – one of the easiest and most attractive perennials you will find. Water new plants regularly for the first two years.

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