Miniature Goat's Beard, white sprays over cut leaves
Low mounds of finely divided foliage, bright, fresh green in spring turning to fiery shades of red and orange in autumn. Elegant sprays of creamy-white flowers on red stems in summer are almost a bonus! This dwarf 'Goat's Beard' has lots to offer and earns its place in the garden.
Easy to grow. It is said to enjoy moist soil - it's a relative of the Astilbe - so would be useful in damper places but we find it grows happily in normal soil. About 20 - 25cm (8" to 10") high.