Dwarf Goats Beard, Korean Goats Beard
Dwarf Goats Beard Seeds
Type: Herbaceous Clump Forming Perennial Shrub
Bloom: May to July
Flower: Showy ivory panic;e clusters
Height: 1′ tall x 1-1.5′ wide
Light: Part shade
Soil: Deep, evenly moist, loamy, fertile, well drained
Use: Borders, containers, mass plantings, pond side, woodland. Attracts butterflies
Tolerances: Almost full shade or full sun
Problems: A larvae of sawfly species found to eat holes in leaves, often reducing to skeletal veins. Generally disease free
Notes: Easy to grow, low maintenance
Native to: Eastern North America, Siberia
Aruncus aethusifolius Seed Propagation
Indoors: Surface sow to 2″ pots or cell packs. Press in, no cover. Light aids germination. Maintain 55-65F for germination 4-5 weeks. If not, put in zip lock bag & place in fridge for 4 weeks. Return to 55-65F for germination.
Outdoors: Transplant recommended or sow outdoors late fall.