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Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’

Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’ or also known as Nana Meadowsweet is a dwarf fern-like plant that prefers moist locations. It is a perennial native to Mongolia, China, and Russia. Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’ belongs to the Rosaceae family of plants and easy to grow. Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’ produces pink flowers in the summer. It is easy to grow.

Filipendula Palmata Nana
Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’

How to grow Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’:

Grow Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’ in the sun or partial shade. Plant it in humus-rich, fertile, and moist soil. It does well both in well-drained or poorly drained soil. It requires consistent moisture as it cannot tolerate drought. And in hot climates keep it out of the hot sun. Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’ does not require deadheading. Actually spent flower heads are attractive. You can trim it down at the end of the season. It is generally disease-free and pest-free. It is deer-resistant.

Filipendula Palmata Nana
Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’ at Kew Gardens
Filipendula Palmata Nana
Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’
Filipendula Palmata Nana
Filipendula palmata ‘Nana’

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