Filipendula rubra Queen Of The Prairie
A majestic 6-8′ perennial, Queen Of The Prairie, Filipendula rubra, stars in the summer garden with fluffy, deep pink flower panicles which resemble plumes of feathers. Its large ferny foliage makes a wonderful backdrop to other sun perennials. A superb perennial that belongs in back of the sunny border, in meadow gardens, or naturalized in sunny, damp areas. Its delightful plumes are sweetly fragrant. Plants like to stay wet. Plants may scorch in full sun if left to dry out. Plants may be cut back hard to promote fresh foliage. Also know as Martha Washington’s Plume and Meadowsweet.
Plant in full sun to part shade.
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