Filipendula rubra

Filipendula rubra

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Queen-of-the-Prairie Category:

Description

Key Information:

Soil: Hydric (Wet) – Mesic (medium)
Sun: Full Sun
Height: 3-5 feet
Bloom Color: Dark Pink
Bloom Season: July – August

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Suggested Uses: Queen-of-the-Prairie is a gorgeous plant with very showy pink flowers for full sun and wet soil. A great addition to shoreline restorations and rain gardens. Give it plenty of space, it will overwhelm a small garden.  Deer and rabbit resistant.

Native Range: Native to scattered areas throughout the Great Lakes and the Northeast.  It is assumed that Queen-of-the-Prairie is native to Minnesota, but its range is unknown.

Pollinators/Habitat: Bees!

Flowers: Fluffy-looking, bright pink clusters form at the top of long stems.

Leaves: Large, deeply lobed leaves on zigzag stems.

More information: USDA plant profile

Photo credit: Bruce Marlin CC BY-SA 3.0  from Wikimedia Commons

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