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How to Grow Rodgersia


Position – Full sun or part shade

Soil – Moist, well-drained

Flowering Period – Summer

Hardiness –  Fully hardy

About Rodgersia

Rodgersia are herbaceous perennials with stunning lush green foliage and clusters of small star-shaped flowers that form into large conical panicles during the summer, eventually showing fruits. Rodgersia are best suited to flower beds and borders within a cottage or informal garden setting. You should expect to see Rodgersia grow to an approximate height and spread of 1.5m (5).

How to plant Rodgersia

Plant Rodgersia in moist, well-drained soil of clay or loam within an acidic PH balance. Prepare the planting area and incorporate plenty of compost in the native soil, mixing well. Water thoroughly once in place to settle the soil. Rodgersia are best positioned in an area of full sun or part shade.

How to care for Rodgersia

If planted in the appropriate site, Rodgersia plant care is minimal. When Rodgersia is first planted, ensure it well watered until it is fully established. Thereafter, provide moisture when temperatures are hot or dry. Prune off dead leaves and stems when necessary and remove spent flower spikes. Rodgersia will die back in winter, so remove the spent leaves to make room for new ones in early spring. You can also leave the flowers to produce attractive seed heads for autumn interest.

How to propagate Rodgersia

It is possible to propagate Rodgersia by seed sown in containers or by division during spring.

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