Rodgersia are an often overlooked herbaceous perennial which can add structure to borders with its bold foliage.
Rodgersia “Bronze Peacock”, which has been bred by Terra Nova Nurseries in Oregon has the darkest foliage of any Rodgersia available today.
The leaves are thick, glossy, indented and make a great sculptural addition to woodland gardens.
Pink flowers emerge in late spring and quickly grow up well above the mound of foliage.
In spring, the huge bronze leaves emerge, according to breeder Terra Nova like a peacock’s tail!
Equally dark and dramatic seed heads are long lasting and showy.
Rodgersia “Bronze Peacock” has a compact habit.
Images courtesy of Terra Nova Nurseries.