- Goats Beard - Aruncus Dioicus Hardy Planting Zones- 3-7 Sun or Shade – Sun and Part Shade Mature Height - Up to 6' Mature Width- Up to 6' Bloom Season – Late Spring to Early Summer Gardener Status- BeginnerGoats Beard - Aruncus Dioicus Hardy Planting
Goats Beard - Aruncus dioicus
Goats Beard - Aruncus dioicus. Goats Beard, also known as bride's feathers, is a shrubby perennial, with dark green foliage and towering bushy clusters of fine-textured feathery plumes, comprised of tiny creamed colored flowers resting on long pronged stems. This member of the Rose family blooms from May to July and is known for its striking appearance. On average it grows to be 4 to 6 feet tall and has a spread of 2 to 4 feet wide. Goats Beard favors partial shade to full sun and moist to wet conditions. Its name is derived from the Greek word, aryngos, which means goat’s beard.
Goats Beard is a Perennial. Goats Beard is excellent in gardens and natural areas. Goats Beard will give beautiful white blooms that will be blended with gorgeous green from the leaves and stems of this plant. Allow 12 inches between each plant for room to spread out. The goat's beard is a beautiful yellow flower with an oval like petals with a big yellow center and little specks of black in the middle. It will make a great addition to your yard with its bright color of yellow. It would also be great for a centerpiece. When it blooms all you would have to do is snip however long you want off of it and then put them in a vase. They would be right by themselves in a vessel, but they would also be beautiful with other flowers any color would work; So if you would like to purchase some goatsbeard flowers go for it there great.
Goats Beard has a long life
The plant blooms in the spring and produces seeds from the flowers which can regrow when planted somewhere else. The leaves are bright green with white flowers that will come back year after year. This plant makes for a great border around your flower bed or can be used as an ornamental shrub. Walkways, driveways, flower beds look great when lined with the goat's beard. This plant can be a vine, perennial or wildflower.