Actaea simplex Pink Spike

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Description

What was Cimicifuga is now called Actaea, the botanists have their reasons why and we have to live with it. In a couple of years from now they will probably go back to the old name.
Never the less it is a great garden plant, good foliage and long spikes of pinkish-white flowers in Autumn. Combine with Ferns, Tiarella, Brunnera, Persicaria amplexicaule and Astrantia.
Long pale pink spires above purple brown foliage.

Additional information

Bloom

Aug-Sep

Color

pale pink/purple foliage

Aspect

semi-shade

Group

Ranunculaceae

Species

simplex

Variety

Pink Spike

Habitat

semi-shady Border

Size

140cm

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