Panicles of creamy flowers appear in late spring above finely divided foliage. Plants form large clumps in moist, shady gardens. Good naturalizer for waters edge. Native.
ARUNCUS dioicus – Goat’s Beard
Panicles of feathery creamy flowers appear in late spring above finely divided foliage. In its native habitat it grows in moist meadows, woods and along streams making it good for moist shady gardens, and as a good naturalizer for waters edge. Native.
Sun: Full Sun/Part Shade
Soil: Clay, Loam, Moist, Fertile
Size: Height 4-6ft., Width 2-4ft.
Flower: Cream White
Bloom Time: April to May
Attributes: Low Maintenance, Showy Flowers, Pollinator