Aruncus dioicus kamtschaticus is similar in almost every way to Aruncus dioicus but mainly is shorter by about 18”-24”. Hence it’s other common name….Dwarf Goatsbeard. Its shorter stature makes it easier to fit into the shade garden. It has bold, bronzy foliage with large creamy plumes of flowers in late summer with a slightly different flower shape than Aruncus dioicus. A stunner for the bog garden, along the shoreline or the woodland garden, it deserves to be used more!
Gardening is a way of showing that you believe in tomorrow.