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Astilbe Seeds - False Spirea - False Goat's Beard

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Astilbe is a perennial plant known for its feathery plumes of flowers and attractive foliage. It is a great ground cover for moist, shaded areas, tolerant to heat and temporary drought.

The foliage of Astilbe is typically fern-like and comes in various shades of green, ranging from light green to dark green, sometimes tinged with bronze or reddish hues. The real showstopper, however, is the flowers. Astilbe blooms in summer, producing tall, airy plumes in colors like white, pink, red, or purple, adding vibrant pops of color to shady areas where few other plants thrive.

Astilbe prefers moist soil, but the soil must drain well. Amend soil, especially clay types, with peat moss, perlite, and coarse sand to improve drainage. Dry soil can be fatal to your plants. However, Astilbe does tolerate dryness better than others.

Astilbe love light to moderate shade, they will burn in full sun. 

Create beautiful garden scenes with Astilbe and combine them with your favorite flowers in partial shade where other flowers won’t thrive.


Plant Name: Astilbe
- Astilbe Chinensis 
- Astilbe Arendsii Bunter (mix)
Life cycle: Perennial
USDA Zones: 3 - 8 
Height: 10 inches (25cm)
Bloom Season: Summer
Bloom Color: 
- Astilbe Chinensis: Lilac-pink
Astilbe Arendsii Bunter: violet, red, pink, cream and white 
Light preference: Partial shade
Soil Type: Well-drained, pH 5.8 - 6.8
Deer Resistant: Yes

Package includes: Astilbe 300 Seeds 



Temperature: 65 - 70F
Average Germ Time: 28 - 35 days
Light Required: Yes
Depth: Do not cover
Moisture: Keep moist until germination
Plant Spacing: 12 inches (30cm)


  • ✅ Sow seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the average last frost in your area.
  • ✅ Use a soft, loose soil mix.
  • ✅ Sprinkle seeds on the top of the soil and press them lightly. 
  • ✅ Keep the soil moist, but not wet. Make sure that the soil drains well.  
  • ✅ The most effective way to prevent seed from washing away is to use a spray watering bottle.
  • ✅ A little fertilizer that has a high concentration of nitrogen it will help the germination.
  • ✅ Transplant seedlings outdoors when reach about 2 inches in height and the soil is warm.



- Water Astilbe regularly, check them to make sure they are moist. 
Astilbes spread quickly and form broad clumps. Divide the overgrown clumps every 3 to 4 years in the spring. At your choice, replant the divisions immediately or put them in pots to be planted out in the early summer when they are re-established.
- Removing the flower heads will not promote flowering. 
- After blooming has finished for the season, clip off any spent flower stems and astilbes will continue to provide attractive foliage until fall.
- Feel free to trim yellow leaves and fresh growth will come next spring.


Processing time 2-5 business days.
Estimated delivery time 3-9 days (depending on your location).


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Astilbe Seeds - False Spirea - False Goat's Beard
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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Karlie Gleichner

Tiny seeds, but they do sprout!

Zoe Balistreri

Seems to have a good number of germination. We have a long way to go before blooms

Tyra Bayer

Good seeds! Many germinated.

Bulah Hodkiewicz

So far so good! I followed the directions. About 10 days later they had started to sprout. They're incredibly small still so I'm not going to move them just yet but am happy so far! The seeds are very tiny and I doubt they'd survive if I tried to start them outside. I love astilbes so I'm so hoping these keep growing!

Ray O'Hara

Slow to come up. Followed the directions.

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