Aruncus dioicus seed (Goat’s Beard/Brides Feathers)

$3.25

PNW native perennial looks very much like a tall white flowered Astilbe with its graceful  plume-like flowers.  Often resides in dappled shade along stream banks or other moist areas.  Lovely tan coloured seed capsules are arranged in such a way it looks like fine cedar bark braiding.

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Description

This PNW native perennial looks very much like a tall white flowered Astilbe with its graceful  plume-like flowers.  Often resides in dappled shade along stream banks or other moist areas.  Lovely tan coloured seed capsules are arranged in such a way it looks like fine cedar bark braiding.   Gendered.  Much loved by bumblebees.

  • Seed Count: 15-20
  • Collection Date: Oct 2020
  • Hardiness Zone: 4-9
  • Height and Width: 2m x 1m
  • Germination test type: hand sort
  • Family: Rosaceae

How to germinate Aruncus dioicus seed:

Soak seed 24 hours; change the water several times.  Thinly sow and barely cover. Keep moist. Give cool temps for 3 months. Should germinate in 4-6 wks given gentle warmth. Needs acidic humus rich evenly moist soil.

 

Additional information

Weight 2 g