Astilbe 'Vision in Pink' brings rich color to shade gardens with feathery pink blooms in late spring and early summer. Commonly called "False Spirea", Astilbe 'Vision in Pink' is very attractive to butterflies and other pollinators.
Astilbe 'Vision in Pink' False Spirea is not a fan of heat and humidity, and will need extra moisture if it gets any sun. 'Vision in Pink' is happy even in heavy shade. For best appearance, grow in cool, moist, organic-rich soil and divide every four years.
Deer and rabbits tend to avoid Astilbe 'Vision in Pink' False Spirea, and it can even be grown under black walnut trees.
Botanical name: Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in Pink'