Aruncus dioicus is a large showy plant with segmented, toothed leaves and large plumes of astilbe-like white flowers that can reach heights of 6' or more. The stems have a slight reddish tint to them making this an attractive plant even when not in bloom. The goat's beard is native to both coasts of North America, although some botanists consider the western variety a separate species.

Aruncus dioicus is a large showy plant with segmented, toothed leaves and large plumes of astilbe-like white flowers that can reach heights of 6' or more. The stems have a slight reddish tint to them making this an attractive plant even when not in bloom. The goat's beard is native to both coasts of North America, although some botanists consider the western variety a separate species.

By Julie Christensen Lovely, old-fashioned hydrangeas, the mavens of the South, deserve a place in every garden. They have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but nothing could be further fro…

By Julie Christensen Lovely, old-fashioned hydrangeas, the mavens of the South, deserve a place in every garden. They have a reputation for being difficult to grow, but nothing could be further fro…

Great addition to gardens, borders, and landscapes. Long bloom time and consistantly good color. Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles' -- Speedwell

Veronica 'Royal Candles'

Great addition to gardens, borders, and landscapes. Long bloom time and consistantly good color. Veronica spicata 'Royal Candles' -- Speedwell

Pacific Northwest Native Perennials - There are a number of perennials native to Oregon and Washington that are quite colorful...

Pacific Northwest Native Perennials - There are a number of perennials native to Oregon and Washington that are quite colorful...

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White tulips and ivy...two things I love!..plant white tulips around my verigated dogwood..already have the ivy..so can't wait to see results next Spring.

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