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Plants Matching rodgersia

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Image of Rodgersia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Rodger's Flower)

Image of Rodgersia aesculifolia photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Fingerleaf Rodgersia, Rodger's Flower)

Bold, chestnut-like leaves of crinkly green to bronze make fingerleaf rodgersia stand out in the landscape. In summer it produces upright, airy flower clusters of white that are appealing in a woodsy way. A vigorous, clump-forming herbaceous perennial, it is native to northern China and grows from rhizomes (rooting underground stems). In its natural habitat it thrives in moist, open woodlands.

In spring, new stems emerge coppery red and unfurl to show deeply lobed, lustrous leaves of deep green...

Image of Rodgersia pinnata photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Pinnate Rodger's Flower)

Very large, chestnut-like leaves of richest green make pinnate rodgersia stand out in the landscape. In summer it produces upright, airy, conical flower clusters of pinkish white that are appealing in a woodsy way. A vigorous, clump-forming herbaceous perennial, it is native to Southwest China and grows from rhizomes (rooting underground stems). In its natural habitat it thrives in moist, open woodlands.

In spring, new stems emerge bronzy green and unfurl to show large, lustrous, leaves of...

Image of Rodgersia pinnata

Jesse Saylor

(Pinnate Rodger's Flower)

A truly superb pinnate Roger's flower, 'Superba' boasts bold coppery purple foliage and summer flower stalks lined with frothy panicles of pin flowers. Very large, chestnut-like leaves make pinnate rodgersia stand out in the landscape. In summer it produces upright, airy, conical flower clusters that are appealing in a woodsy way. A vigorous, clump-forming herbaceous perennial, it is native to Southwest China and grows from rhizomes (rooting underground stems). In its natural habitat it thrives in...

Image of Rodgersia podophylla photo by: Nancy Engel

Nancy Engel

(Japanese Rodgersia, Rodger's Flower)

Bold, handsome foliage and showy late spring blooms make this large, clump-forming perennial extra special for the woodland garden. It is native to Japan, Korea, and northeastern China where it thrives in moist, open forests.

The large palm-shaped leaves have five to seven wedge-shaped leaflets with jagged tips. The leaves are bronze when new, rich green in summer, and coppery-maroon in fall. In late spring, airy conical clusters of tiny creamy white flowers appear on tall stems, attracting...

Image of Rodgersia podophylla

Mark A. Miller

(Japanese Rodgersia, Rodger's Flower)

Bold, handsome foliage and showy late spring blooms make this large, clump-forming perennial extra special for the woodland garden. The cultivar 'Pagode' is notable for its extra dense, showy white flower clusters that appear in summer. It is native to Japan, Korea, and northeastern China where it thrives in moist, open forests.

The large palm-shaped leaves have five to seven wedge-shaped leaflets with jagged tips. The leaves are bronze when new, rich green in summer, and coppery-maroon in fall....

Image of Rodgersia podophylla

Mark A. Miller

(Redleaf Rodgersia, Rodger's Flower)

Bold, handsome foliage and showy late spring blooms make this large, clump-forming perennial extra special in the woodland garden. The German cultivar 'Rotlaub' (which translates to "red leaf") has beautiful bronze-red foliage. In summer the showy leaves develop hints of deep green but maintain quite a bit of their impressive color. Wild-type Rodgersia podophylla is native to Japan, Korea, and northeastern China where it thrives in moist, wooded areas.

The large palmate leaves of this...

Image of Rodgersia sambucifolia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Elderberry-leaved Rodger's Flower)

Large, elderberry-like leaves of richest green make this Rodgersia stand out in the landscape. In summer it produces upright, airy, conical flower clusters of white that are appealing in a woodsy way. A vigorous, clump-forming herbaceous perennial, it is native to China and grows from rhizomes (rooting underground stems). In its natural habitat it thrives in open forests, scrub, meadows and rocky clefts. This species can tolerate slightly drier soils than most others that need moister soil...