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August 24, 2012

Astilbe ‘Red Sentinel’ (False Spirea)

Distinguished by its dark, forest green leaves, mahogany-red stems, and scarlet-red flowers, the 'Red Sentinel' is a gorgeous perennial and will definitely catch eyes in your garden.

astilbe red sentinel perennial

Distinguished by its dark, forest green leaves, mahogany-red stems, and scarlet-red flowers, the ‘Red Sentinel’ is a gorgeous perennial and will definitely catch eyes in your garden.  The ‘Red Sentinel’ does well in partial shade, likes moist soil, and is an excellent large ground cover or edging plant for shady areas.

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