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This small genus of 5 species of rhizomatous, herbaceous perennial plants in the Saxifragaceae family is native to the moist, shady woodlands of East Asia. Members have palmate leaves often tinged with bronze, and cone-shaped feathery panicles of tiny colourful star-shaped flowers. In cultivation, they prefer a sheltered moist site and can tolerate full shade.
Common problems with Rodgersia
How to propagate Rodgersia
Propagation is by division in the spring.
Seed in the autumn.
Other uses of Rodgersia
Suitable for pond sides.
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