Astilbe simplicifolia 'Key West'
Common Name: False Spiraea Family: Saxifragaceae (The Saxifrage Family)
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A great foliage Astilbe with dark burgundy foliage especially when grown in sun (with good moisture). Add to this shimmering carmine-pink flowers on a profusion of flowering stems more numerous than most other cultivars. 'Key West' also blooms twice in a season: once in summer and once late in the season. At only 20 inches this cultivar is great for pots and near the front of the border. Shade to part sun.
Asia - China and Japan
Moist ground beside woodland streams.
||Primary Bloom Colour||Pink
||Secondary Bloom Colour||Red
|Light Exposure||Full - Part Shade
Full - Part Sun
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