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propagating perennials: Aruncus-Goatsbeard
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Wednesday, June 25, 2008


Aruncus can be propagated by division in either the spring or fall by digging up the plant and its white or yellow blooms are similar to Astible however they are much taller, 5', and fuller because the plant itself reaches a height of 24". It prefers a well drained rocky moist soil and prefers either partial or full shade since its habitat is the deciduous forests of North Carolina and blooms from May until June. It is deer resistant and butterflies enjoys the flower’s nectar. It is deciduous and prune back the stalks in late winter.

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