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Cimicifuga - ramosa 'Brunette' / Bugbane

    Cimicifuga - ramosa 'Brunette' / Bugbane

    Cimicifuga ramosa Brunette, commonly known as Bugbane, is a striking and unique perennial plant. It is a member of the buttercup family, and it is native to the eastern regions of North America. This cultivar is a clump-forming plant that produces long, graceful wands of creamy white flowers, set off by attractive, deep bronze-purple foliage.

    Product Characteristics:
    • Height: 120-150 cm (48-60 in)
    • Spread: 60-90 cm (24-36 in)
    • Flower color: Creamy white
    • Flowering period: Late summer to early fall
    • Foliage: Deep bronze-purple
    • Sunlight requirements: Partial shade to full shade
    • Soil requirements: Moist, fertile, well-draining soil
    • Hardiness Zone: 4

    Bugbane is a perfect addition to woodland gardens, shady borders, and cottage gardens. It can be planted en masse or as a single specimen plant to add height, texture, and color to the garden. The tall spikes of fragrant white flowers make excellent cut flowers for indoor arrangements.

    Bugbane is an excellent choice for gardeners looking for low maintenance, drought-tolerant, and pest-resistant plants. It is also a great plant for attracting butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects to the garden.

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    Care Instructions:
    Bugbane prefers partial to full shade and moist, well-draining soil. It can tolerate dry soil once established but benefits from occasional watering during prolonged droughts. It doesn't require much pruning, but removing the spent flower spikes can encourage a second flush of flowers.

    Final Thoughts:
    Overall, Bugbane is an easy-to-grow perennial plant that adds height, texture, and color to any garden. With its fragrant white flowers and stunning foliage, it is a standout plant that is sure to attract attention. Its hardiness and pest resistance make it a great choice for novice and experienced gardeners alike.