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Common name: Meadowsweet
A unique dwarf selection of Meadowsweet, with a mounding habit. Feathery plumes of flowers are in a gorgeous rosy-pink shade, held above a low mound of ferny leaves. Especially useful in moist areas, even growing well at the waterside. Watch out for powdery mildew in early summer. Clumps may be easily divided in early spring.
Size: #1 Bare Root
Hardiness Zones: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
Sunlight: Full Sun - Partial Shade
Common Name: hybrid Meadowsweet ‘Red Umbrellas’ This hybrid Meadowsweet is an unusual plant for the moist shade garden. It forms a mound of large green maple-shaped leaves, heavily veined with crimson. In early summer, the plants are topped with fluffy, pink flower umbels. Shorter than typical Meadowsweet so suitable for smaller gardens. Best with protection from hot afternoon sun. Easily divided in spring. Size: Bare Root Height: 25.0-29.0” Spread: 25.0-29.0” Flower Description: Umbles of light pink flowers in early summer, which adorn the dark green and heavy crimson-veined foliage. Light Requirement: Partial Shade. Soil Type: Woodland-type plants that prefer semi-shade and moist clay soil. Tolerant of most...