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This genus has around 26 hardy, perennial species which produce fluffy, usually purple-pink, bottlebrush-like, terminal flowering spikes. Flowers lack petals, have long silky stamens and may sometimes be white. Commonly called burnet, these are found in damp meadow habitats and dry grassy and rocky habitats across temperate climates in the Northern Hemisphere. Foliage is alternately arranged, with toothed, veined leaflets in a pinnate structure.
Common problems with Sanguisorba
How to propagate Sanguisorba
You can propagate by division in the spring.
Seed in the autumn.
Other uses of Sanguisorba
Grown for their bottlebrush-like flower spikes.