rodgersia


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rodgersia

(rɒˈdʒɜːsɪə)
n
(Plants) a type of flowering plant which grows in shady and moist conditions
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Taller ferns are charming companions for large hostas Ligularia and Rodgersia. Ferns that top out at 2 feet are perfect partners for coral bells, false forget-me-nots, lady's mantle and mid-size hostas.
I've planted it with Rheum Palmatum Ace of Hearts, Carex Elata Aurea, Rodgersia Pinnata Superba and Primula Millers Crimson as I used in the wet area of my Chelsea 2015 show garden.
Annice Hudson Barrow-in-Furness Cumbria Hi Annice This looks like a rodgersia, probably R.
A few overlapping compost bags lining a hole you have excavated with the soil returned will retain moisture and enable you to grow plants you might not otherwise have been able to accommodate - glorious kingcups, Iris ensata and rodgersia.
It may be worth thinking about creating a bog garden, too, which has the added bonus of attracting wildlife - plant irises, carex, gunnera, primulas, hostas, rheum and rodgersia.
It may be worth thinking about creating a bog garden too, which has the added bonus of attracting wildlife - plant irises, carex, gunnera, primulas, hostas, rheum and rodgersia.
If you want your colour scheme to last longer, plant some Rodgersia podophylla, which has creamy white flowers in the summer and leaves which change colour beautifully in the autumn.
Last year, she grew popcorn and rodgersia, a plant for shade or partial shade.
A good deal smaller but with the same shaped leaves and plumes of flowers, Rodgersia podophylla is a good companion to the others.
Peltoboykinia tellimoides, Bolandra oregana, Suksdorfia violacea, Darmera peltata, and Rodgersia pinnata, all of Saxifragaceae s.s.
The large leaves of hostas contrast wonderfully with the straight blades of irises and the big, palmate leaves of rodgersia. They love deep, rich soil and can take a shady position under trees.
If your area is very moist, then gunneras and rodgersia provide strong shapes with large and tough foliage.