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August 24, 2012

Aruncus dioicus (Goat’s Beard)

Also known as the tall Goatsbeard, grows to nearly five feet in shade and features attractive white flower spike in mid summer.

aruncus dioicus goat's beard perennial

Also known as the tall Goatsbeard, grows to nearly five feet in shade and features attractive white flower spike in mid summer.  Especially deer-resistant, this plant works great in woodland garden, behind hostas, or anywhere you need some serious height in the shade.

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