ARUNCUS DIOICUS KNEIFFII

ARUNCUS DIOICUS KNEIFFII

5.50

Or goatsbeard, if you were wondering. Kneiffii is a hard to find variety which is ideal for the smaller garden, due to its relatively compact size. It has very striking maidenhair-like foliage, much finer than the more commonly seen types of Aruncus, and creamy white plumes of flowers from early summer. Distinctive. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 2 to 3 feet. 2 litre pot.

ADD TO BASKET

Customers have often taken Aruncus Kneiffii for some kind of fern when they see it, so delicate is the foliage.

Pretty trouble free: just the usual tidy up in winter or early spring.

This variety is named in honour of the 19th century German botanist and scientist F G Kneiff, as if you didn't know that already.

This short video provides a nice introduction to Aruncus Dioicus Kneiffii:

Aruncus Dioicus Kneiffii is a hardy perennial plant with divided ferny foliage and plumes of creamy white flowers in summer suitable for sun or semi-shade.


Use this form if you wish to be informed when an out of stock plant becomes available.

Name *
Name