Queen Of The Prairie Plant

Queen Of The Prairie Plant. Plant this perennial from transplants purchased at your local garden center because it can be tough to germinate from seed. Queen of the prairie is the common name for the species filipendula rubra of the rosaceae family.

Queen of the Prairie 2 (Filipendula rubra) Scioto
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Best grown in full sun the plants are up to 5 feet tall with large, deeply lobed leaves. The central stem is smooth and sometimes reddish. Native perennial which ranges from pennsylvania to georgia and west to iowa and missouri.

Best Grown In Full Sun The Plants Are Up To 5 Feet Tall With Large, Deeply Lobed Leaves.

At this time plants can only be purchased for upcoming plant sale fundraisers. Native to moist meadows of the eastern u.s., it prefers moist soil but will perform brilliantly in rich garden soil. Queen of the prairie rarely needs staking.

Queen Of The Prairie Information.

In missouri, it is only found in several swampy, calcareous meadows in reynolds county (steyermark). Queen of the prairie filipendula rubra the stunning pink plumes of queen of the prairie are a highlight of midsummer. Plant this perennial from transplants purchased at your local garden center because it can be tough to germinate from seed.

The Central Stem Is Smooth And Sometimes Reddish.

Native perennial which ranges from pennsylvania to georgia and west to iowa and missouri.