The Astilbe Bumalda False Spirea Plant produces foamy, full white plumes with a pink cast that seems to make them glow. The supporting stems are a reddish-bronze, while the foliage is a collage of deep green to bronze-infused glossy leaves. The signature Astilbe plumes are very pretty as a cut flower or as a statement in your mixed garden. This is one of the best white Astilbes.
Common Names: false spirea, false goat's beard
Companion Planting: Ferns, Helleborus, Hosta
Bumalda Astilbe Plant Care Instructions: Plants should never allow to dry out. The spent flowers can be removed or left on for garden interest. Foliage can be trimmed back to the 2-inchs above the ground in early winter.