Three of them which I feature today, I know the names of, we have others which look good, however they were planted at a time when I was less fussy about taking note of cultivars or varieties. Peach Blossom above, we planted in the back border of the front garden, its pretty well shady and doesn’t get the sun until quite late in the afternoon. This is a most unusual Astilbe the flowers almost sparkle and the mid green deeply cut foliage is very attractive. Astilbe x arendsii White Gloria (Weisse) planted in the woodland area of the garden, in a border which requires a little more watering in Spring and Summer than the others do.. Going back to the early days when I started my blog one thing that really fascinated me was the stats.
Not only did it show me how many pages were visited but also the amount of individual visitors. I know most of you will be well acquainted with the likes of Clicky but I expect there will be some of you who may well welcome information like this. This entry was posted in Gardening News, Gardens in general, Our Garden and tagged growing astilbe, peach blossom. That Peach Blossom is just gorgeous and can only imagine that color against the dark foliage.
I have always loved astilbe and they seemed to thrive except this year with the drought, and now with more sun coming into the garden with the loss of trees, I fear many will not like the conditions.
Donna, I hope they do continue to thrive, the drier conditions as you say may well hinder them.
On another subject, I received my 30 martagon lilies from England in plenty of time to get them planted out. I have always loved the look of astilbes, but have heard they don’t do well here (probably because of our tendency to have yearly droughts).
Alistair, your garden is always an envy for us gardeners, but that astilbe i have always encountered in words, but the photo just stuck to me now, lovely. Andrea, I will have to show the garden in Winter, although it doesn’t look very special. Hi Alistair, I have always had astilbes in my garden, but have managed to kill a few over the years.


Oh, and I will take a look at the Clicky stats – OK, so I admit it, I am easily excited too, I love that stuff! Helene, I am amazed at the search phrases that lead to your blog, I wonder if this relates to some of your keywords. I love astilbe too, but sickly plants with sparse flowering is exactly what mine are like… Yours look amazing. Hi Alistair – I see that the astilbes have inspired you to change your background to peachy. Thanks Alberto, you kind of cheered me up on this miserable grey day, sorry these plants don’t perform well where you are. Rosie, Carolyn was just telling me about a series named Visions, I think we should both check this out.
I made a new border at the top end of my garden and didn’t realise how damp it got, so opted to plant some Astilbe.
BTW – I had a fried egg roll as a late lunch – been out Xmas shopping since the shops opened this morning!! My poor astilbes were languishing in dryish clay, so in the fall I relocated them– all three.
These ones were planted last Autumn, very young plants they were and I did not expect such good results in the first year.
Rheinland received the RHS award of garden merit which is always a good piece of information to have before purchasing a plant. Astilbes  just hate to be in dry areas of the garden where performance will produce sparse flowering and generally sickly looking plants. Clicky also shows where your visitors come from, Country, city ip address, even what they had for lunch  (I made that bit up). By the way By luck I found your comment in my spam, may have to do with the use of triple question marks. The latest casualty was this August when I was in hospital and subsequent recovery, when many of my plants suffered from lack of water.
I have my blog with Blogspot, and they have quite detailed statistics as part of their service, one feature is that I can see what people have searched for when ending up on my blog.


They are sold here, but mine failed to thrive and then perished during the extremely hot summer. Really I have great hope for them now and I take your blog post as a good omen in that regard.
C’mon, at my age if it had said statistics then I would have put two and two together, well maybe! You are also shown how long each individual stays on your site and which pages were visited.
I really love astilbes but have never gotten into them very heavily until this past fall, when I found beautifully healthy plants at a very discounted price. I used to have more of them but some died out during high droughts and I didn’t replace them but I might think about it now.
Especially if it let’s me snoop on what everyone is having for lunch – hee hee ?? (Oh!! It is mostly due to soil conditions, and is very particular about the amount of sun when it is not happy in its location. Hilarious at times, and unbelievable what kind of search phrases that will lead to my blog! I used to be curious about stats but it seems that the standard Blogger stats can’t filter out spammers so my stats are meaningless. It will take careful consideration to find the proper locations for so many but I do look forward to the task. But my two astilbes died, not sure if they will emerge again next spring, can always hope, if not they surely will be replaced as the spot I am growing them in is perfect, as long as they get a splash of water during the summer months. Regarding the lenght of time one stays in your post, just like me i stay long because it is difficult for me to open and comment to wordpress, time is spent waiting to upload, hahaha!



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