Astilbe, Rock and Roll

Description: Early, summer bloomer with white feathery blooms above shiny deep green foliage.

Common Name: Rock & Roll Astilbe

Scientific Name: Astilbe x arendsii Rock & Roll

Type: Perennial

Exposure: Part Sun-Part Shade, if planted in full shade it will not bloom as often

Size: 12-15" height, 20" spread

Bloom Color: White

Bloom Period: Mid Summer

Fall Color: Green

Landscape Use: Container, Patio, Rock Garden, Cut Flower, and Border

Soil: Moist

Zone: 4 - 9

Growth Rate: Moderate

Companion Plants: Iris, white-edged hosta, white clips bellflower, bleeding heart, and jack frost bugloss, Blue Heaven Little Bluestem Grass

Maintenance: Dead head in late summer, LOTS of Water because they are shallow rooted

Attracts: Butterflies


*Deer, Squirrel & Rabbit Resistant*Cut back old foliage in early spring
*Astilbe's crown has a tendency to come above ground. In early spring push the crown back down and add some organic matter around the plant.


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