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Rodgersia pinnata
Featherleaf Rodgersflower

The large foliage of Featherleaf Rodgersflower is either palmately or pinnately compound, somewhat resembling the leaf of a Horsechestnut, with fine marginal serrations on the obovate leaflets. If sited in too dry of a soil or if placed in too much sun (or during transplant re-establishment), scorching of the leaf margins will very easily occur by mid-Summer.


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