568 astilbe Home Design Photos

Leslie Rohrer
Boxwood, Astilbe & Hydrangea
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Can you tell me the variety of Astilbe here? Is it 'Purple Candles'?
zones for astilbe and hydrangea, looks like winter gem boxwood
Pretty for a shady area. Chinese Astilbe
chinese astilbe part to full shade: 1-2 ft. tall
The Chinese astilbe are so rich...velvet...love!
Chinese astilbe (astilbe chinensis Vision in Red
Chinese Astilbe-part to full shade 1.5 to 2 ft tall
Channel Pantone’s Color of 2014 Chinese Astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision in Red’) This taller variety of Astilbe works well between shorter
Chinese Astilbe(Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision in Red’)This taller variety of Astilbe works well between shorter hedges and taller shrubs. It’s perfect for shady gardens and is resistant to rabbits and
“Chinese Astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision in Red’) This taller variety of Astilbe works well b” — margielynnj
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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Those are Astilbe. Comes in several colors.
Astilbes, geraniums and caramel coral bells
white astilbe is divine in the shade --- whites really glow.
Astilbe and coral bells, native shade plants
white astilbe-easy to grow shade perennial.
The coral bells and astilbe for jules
White astilbe for shade , easy to grow , perenial
brighten a shade garden with white astilbe
beautiful astilbe next to the coral bells
“White astilbe brightens the darkest shade” “Working with a shady area? White astilbe is your solution
Astilbes, geraniums and caramel coral bells show the wide variety of color and texture in the blooms and their foliage.
Working with a shady area? White astilbe is your solution. Brightening the darkest shade with waving plumes of white, astilbe is a classic, easy-to-grow shade perennial.
“Astilbe” — carolinetalula
Becky Harris
Edith Wharton's The Mount Gardens and Grounds
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"Astilbe chinensis or other specific variety
Astilbe, false spirea (Astilbe chinensis) the white-ish plant
rows of astilbe - deer and rabbit resistant acidic soil - shade
ASTILBE thrives in some shade and cool
astilbe plant for landscaping * white feathery
Astilbe...light to moderate shade...3 to 4
Botanical name: Astilbe chinensis or other specific varietyCommon name: Astilbe, false spireaUSDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone)Water requirement: Regular watering. Soil should be moist, rich in organic material and well drained.Light requirement: Light to moderate shade; filtered light or three to four
up to 18 inches wideBenefits and tolerances: This is a showy shade plant that thrives in moist/damp soils. It cannot tolerate drought or full sun. Astilbes are mostly pest resistant, including deer and rabbit resistant. The exception is the black vine weevil. Seasonal interest: Lovely base of leaves
“white Astilbe” — hksm78
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Becky Harris
Edith Wharton's The Mount Gardens and Grounds
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I think it is call Astilbe Bridle Veil.
This wonderful parterre perhaps links both styles of edging. The structure is formal, but the stunning white astilbes encompasses the informal.
lack of water will quickly kill astilbes. Otherwise, they are quite tolerant and strong.Divide every three to four years.More Great Design Plants
This wonderful parterre perhaps links both styles of edging. The structure is formal, but the stunning white astilbes encompasses the informal.More: How
Planting notes. Astilbes prefer acidic or neutral soil. Add organic material to any soil that is lacking in nutrients. Space 12 to 18 inches apart; dig holes as deep as the
“asymmetrical areas around the center” — redomoma
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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astilbe for front porch shaded area
White Astilbes beside Alium seed pod
Botanical name: Astilbe chinensis or other specific variety Common name: Astilbe, false spirea USDA zones: 4 to 9 (find your zone) Water requirement: Regular watering. Soil should be moist, rich in organic material
Common name: Astilbe, false spirea SHADE lover.
Distinguishing traits. Astilbes have delicate, feathery plumes that bloom above the base of the leaves in June
Astilbes good for backyard and side yard
Distinguishing traits. Astilbes have delicate, feathery plumes that bloom above the base
Distinguishing traits. Astilbes have delicate, feathery plumes that bloom above the base of the leaves in June and/or July, depending on your zone. Even when not in bloom, the plant's fernlike leaves are attractive. The flowers are fragrant and attract butterflies.
“astilbe” — vmcg1922
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
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Belmont Hill Residence
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The white flowers are Astilbe 'Bridal Veil'... It's
The white flowers look like Astilbe, but it is a little difficult to tell.
Astilbe bridal veil - white flowers
as sunny sites, yet classics like astilbe, lady's mantle, coral bells, foamflower and hostas will ensure you never feel deprived.
New england / astilbe / gravel path
Astilbe is a versatile plant. Here are the best ways to use it: In a mixed perennial gardenIn a cutting garden (these were originally grown in Europe for for their value as cut flowers)In all-white gardens, including moon gardensFor foundation plantingsIn an all-astilbe border gardenEn
6. Shade brightenersShady pathways may not have as many planting choices as sunny sites, yet classics like astilbe, lady's mantle, coral bells, foamflower and hostas will ensure you never feel deprived.
“medicine” — london81derful
Julie
Actaea/Cimicifuga simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty'
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Actaea/Cimicifuga 'Hillside Black Beauty', Eryngium, Astilbe
with astilbe and eregium for jules Hillside black beauty
‘Hillside Black Beauty’, planted alongside Astilbe and Eryngium, evokes the colors of autumn.
hillside black beutry with astilbe and eryngium
Shade plants - Hillside black beauty, astilbe..
Actaea/Cimicifuga Simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty', Eryngium, Astilbe
seaholly and astilbe with black beauty
Here, ‘Hillside Black Beauty’, planted alongside Astilbe and Eryngium, evokes the colors of autumn.
Actaea simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty' with Astilbe and Eryngium
astilbe, eryngium and hillside black beauty plants like woodland settings, some shade. Black Beauty also blooms, tall, spikes of fluffy pink blooms.
“Perennials” — susanromanoff
Jay Sifford Garden Design
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Favorite Plants and Cool Stuff
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‘Hana Matoi’ grows in my garden amidst pink Visions astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Visions’, zones 4 to 8)-افرا
to green as temperatures warm, but the pink and cream remain well into the summer months. ‘Hana Matoi’ grows in my garden amidst pink Visions astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Visions’,zones 4 to 8), where it makes a beautiful June display.
to green as temperatures warm, but the pink and cream remain well into the summer months. ‘Hana Matoi’ grows in my garden amidst pink Visions astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Visions’, zones 4 to 8), where it makes a beautiful June display.
changes to green as temperatures warm, but the pink and cream remain well into the summer months.‘Hana Matoi’ grows in my garden amidst pink Visions astilbe (Astilbe chinensis ‘Visions’, zones 4 to 8), where it makes a beautiful June display.
“Strawberry begonia” — krisso2
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