Filipendula rubra Queen of the Prairie
Ohio Native Plant Natural Range
Cultivation Information Queen of the Prairie
Height - 3 to 4 feet Flower Color - Pink Sun - Full to Part SunHardy Zone - 3 to 7Blooms - June - July Perennial
Soil - Moist - Suitable for rain gardens
pH -5.0 to 6.0Hardy Zone - 4 to 7
Family - Rosaceae Over the Years - Queen of the Prairie deserves such a regal name; their pink plumes are truly the envy of the prairie. I discovered this the hard way, that this royal gem requires moisture to look her best. As an experiment, a mature plant was planted in one of our gardens that is dry and receives almost a full day’s worth of sun. Since she was struggling, I transplanted her into a more suitable location.
Seed Provenance Filipendula rubra
Wildlife Significance Queen of the Prairie
Nectar - Not a source of nectar
Deer - Aren't crazy about Queen of the Prairie
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