Perennials: Astilbe Varieties
'Little Vision in Purple' Astilbe - More compact than other astilbe varieties. The leaves are finely dissected and flowers a dark color. 'Little Vision in Purple' blooms in midsummer to form a pyramid of dense, fuzzy, lavender plumes. 'Little Vision in Purple' is sun tolerant and can handle drier soils.
'Vision in Pink' Astilbe - Light pink flower plumes make a striking striking against blue green foliage. A shade loving perennial with a dense, upright form. Plant in a shade border, woodland garden or in mass as a groundcover. Excellent fresh or dried cut flower.
'Vision in Red' Astilbe - Tall and feathery flowers are a red purple color while the leaves are a beautiful bronze green. Visions in Red is a best pick for dappled shade and offers a woodland garden a plant with a delicate, lacy look.
'Vision in White' Astilbe - A very showy perennial flower for southern gardens with white, feathery flowers in mid summer - fall. A shade tolerant plant, the white plumes of this astilbe show up well in a dark spot in a Georgia landscape.