Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
'Queen of Sheba' stands out for its unusual autumn flowers - smaller and finer than other ACTAEA cultivars they arch away from the dark stems that rise out of the lush almost black purple foliage
An old and popular cultivar for good reason - lush clumps of attractive pale green foliage from which stately white bottle brush flowers burst on willowy stems from late summer into autumn
This elegant creamy flowering perennial looks stunning in a shady border. The flower spikes reach up on slender stems in late summer, appearing from mounds of mid-green foliage.
Tall spikes of cream to pink sweetly-scented flowers are produced in autumn which contrast well with the deep purple divided foliage.
Highly sought after for its very dark, almost black deeply divided foliage and the willowy bottle-brush spikes of fluffy white scented flowers that rise majestically above it in autumn
Cream flower spikes with a sweet perfume are held on slender purple stems in autumn. Many customers buy it for the attractive foliage, only to be surprised by the gorgeous flowers that appear later ..
This slightly more compact variety of Actaea has fragrant cream bottle brush flowers over deep purple foliage in autumn. Perhaps the sweetest scented of all the Actaea