Astilbe Sprite. Astilbe simplicifolia (astilbe sprite) this dwarf astilbe grows up to 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide. Also thrives in tubs, or mixed containers.
Excellent for a low groundcover or edging. Astilbe 'sprite' back to previous page. Astilbe simplicifolia 'sprite' plant type:
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Astilbe 'sprite', astilbe simplicifolia 'sprite' genus. Here’s how to grow and care for astilbe in your garden. A popular choice for shady gardens astilbe sprite will perform well in rich, moist soil with regular watering.
A Delightful Dwarf Astilbe, Excellent For Use In Containers, As An Edging And In Foreground Plantings In Shade To Dappled Sun.
Astilbe sprite is a dwarf variety that can reach approximately 30cm in height. Astilbe simplicifolia (astilbe sprite) this dwarf astilbe grows up to 18 inches tall and 12 inches wide. Astilbe 'sprite' (simplicifolia hybrid) other names.
The Astilbe Genus Contains At Least 18 Perennial Species Native To The Mountain Ravines And Woodlands Of Asia And And North America.
Most welcome in the autumn border. Glowing in the shade, each flower plume consists of hundreds of densely packed tiny flowers, each opening in succession, providing a long season of bloom. Introduced by alan bloom, it produces clear light pink flowers presented in open, slightly drooping panicles are borne on stiff, wiry stems above a dense mound of finely textured foliage.
Glowing In The Shade, Each Flower Plume Consists Of Hundreds Of Densely Packed Tiny Flowers.
Sprite astilbe is slow growing and forms a small mound. Blooms in mid to late summer. Sprite astilbe is a fine choice for the garden, but it is also a good selection for planting in outdoor pots and containers.
It’s Perfect For Growing Towards The Front Of Shady Borders
Astilbe are a popular choice for shady gardens, where they perform well if given a rich, moist soil and regular watering. Setting off the triangular sprays of pale pink, fluffy flowers. Like other astilbe varieties, the simplicifolia sprite thrives in the shady part of a garden and prefers moist soil.