ARUNCUS dioicus

ARUNCUS dioicus ARUNCUS dioicus

Plumes of creamy-white flowers rise well above the dark green foliage of this stately plant. The erect and bushy plants form large and spectacular clumps in the garden once mature. Plants grow best in dappled shade and a rich woodland soil. Goat's Beard is not particularly heat tolerant, so site it properly and water regularly. An Eastern U.S. native.

Genus:

Aruncus

Species:

dioicus

Foliage Color:

Green

Flower Color:

White

Flower Time:

Mid season

Sun Exposure:

Shade/Pt Shade

Soil Condition:

Rich in organic matter

Habit:

Upright

Mature Height:

4-6'

Mature Spread:

3-6'

Special Uses:

Deer resistant

Deer resistant


Native to the US

Native to the US


Cut flowers

Cut flowers

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