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Blooming Flower Chat

Cimicifuga simplex atropurpurea:

Cimicifuga is a slightly unusual plant, with tall, elegant, upright spires of white flowers late in the season, long after the summer display is over. Plants revel in partial shade, where the flowers are sheltered from weather and so last longer than in exposed positions. If slightly supported by surrounding twiggy stems it will not need staking, and will grow into a more natural shape. The variety ‘Brunette’ has dark purple bronze foliage and long, purple-tinted, off-white flowers.

Characteristics & Attributes for the Cimicifuga:

Exposure: shade, light shade, Soil preference: well-drained/light, acidic, chalky/alkaline, Season of interest: end of Summer, Fall, Growth Habitat: slow growing, Height: 120cm, Attributes: wonderful colour foliage, striking flowers on long stems, mass planting, border, focal point, Foliage colour: copper/brown

Great plants to combine with Astilbes, Nepeta, Hosta, Anemone japonica ‘Honorine Joubert’. Most beautiful if combined with white plants for a stunning effect in a border.

Click on the gallery photo’s below for some more plant information:

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