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Rodgersia pinnata
Featherleaf Rodgersflower

Rodgersflower (also known as Rodgersia), available as several species that differ slightly in mature size, leaf morphology, foliage color, and inflorescence color, makes a bold statement in the landscape with its huge Horsechestnut-like foliage and its large fluffy inflorescences. All species require permanently moist to occasionally wet soils to thrive, and are often sited in partially shaded areas to get them through the drier periods of Summer, when leaf scorch is likely to occur.


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