Rodgersia pinnata ‘Bronze Peacock’ is sure to add drama to the part shade garden with its large, glossy, dark bronze foliage in areas with consistent moisture. Introduced and developed by Harini Korlipara of Terra Nova Nurseries, Rodgersia pinnata ‘Bronze Peacock’ is the naturally occurring form produced by tissue culture taken from Rodgersia pinnata ‘Ideal’ specimens. This Rodgersia produces lovely palmate foliage in the mid-May that emerges as a bronze-purple and becomes a dark, glossy green with a bronze leaf margin during the summer months – the darkest of all Rodgersia foliage! Attractive pink plumes akin to Astilbe flowers arrive between June and early August, standing upright above the plant’s compact form. While the flowers remain as attractive seedheads into the fall, the real star of the show throughout the growing season is the foliage.
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Rodgersia pinnata Bronze Peacock #1(pink, dark foliage)