Astilbe x japonica 'Deutschland'

Astilbe 'Deutschland'

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Astilbe x japonica 'Deutschland'
Astilbe x japonica 'Deutschland'

Astilbe are an attractive herbaceous perennial with glossy green foliage that produces tiny white flowers in late spring or early summer. Old flower-heads turn brown in autumn but remain attractive. The Astilbe ‘Deutschland’ is a compact variety reaching up to 60cm tall.
A popular choice for shady gardens the Astilbe ‘Deutchland’ will perform well in rich, moist soil with regular watering. Ideal in tubs and mixed containers or useful as groundcover in shady areas, they may tolerate full sun during summer in cool regions. Keep well watered and fertilise in April and June. Plant in shady areas unless you experience cool summers. Seed heads can be removed or for winter interest can be left on.

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Characteristics


Eventual Height
Max Height icon0.5m – 1m


Eventual Spread
Max Width Icon0.5m – 1m


Growth Rate
Growth Rate Icon Average


Foliage
Evergreen IconDeciduous


Habit
Habit IconUpright


Hardiness
Hardiness Icon H7


Fragranced
Fragranced Icon No

Colour


Spring
Green Foliage Icon White Flower Icon

 


Summer

Green Foliage Icon White Flower Icon

 


Autumn
Green Foliage Icon

 


Winter
Green Foliage Icon

Soil


Type

Loam Soil Icon Loam


Moisture
Soil Moisture Icon Well-drained


pH
Soil pH Acid Icon Acid

Soil PH Neutral Icon Neutral

Soil pH Alkaline Icon Alkaline

Position


Sunlight
Full Sun Icon Full Sun

Partial Shade IconPartial Shade


Aspect
Aspect North Icon North

Aspect South Icon South

Aspect East Icon East

AspectWest West


Exposure
Exposure Icon Exposed or Sheltered

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