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Rodger's flowers are among the boldest of plants. They have huge, interestingly shaped leaves that are green or bronzy, heavily veined, and often turn red or gold in fall. The large astilbe-like plumes of tiny flowers are an added bonus. Excellent in rain gardens and damp areas near streams and ponds, Rodger's flowers also thrive in beds and borders in humus-rich soil.
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3 to 8 feet
2.5-3 feet wide, depending on variety