Rodgersia are robust clump forming perennials with divided, exotic leaves that are the answer for some of the problem areas of the garden as well as beautifying any border.
Pretty spikes of flowers are born from mid-summer. There are some new introductions coming available with much more colours in the leaf that doubles the attraction.
Where to Site Your Rodgersia
For the best coloured rogersia plant them in a sheltered sunny spot, they do like space due to the large leaves and so they can be fully appreciated.
How to Grow and Look After Your Rodgerisa
They are simple to grow and only need to be out of drying winds, so plant amongst other shrubs or perennials or the boggy area you have failed to get looking good for all those years.
- Rodgersia bronze Peacock 2 Litre Pot£9.35Rodgersia bronze Peacock compact, clump-forming perennial with large leaves which emerge a bright reddish-bronze in spring, maturing to a dark green colour in summer before taking on attractive autumnal tints. In summer, tall sprays of bright pink flowers are held above the foliage on red stems Learn More