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Plant Name:

Bride's Feathers

Scientific Name:

Aruncus dioicus


Bride's Feathers, also known as Goat's Beard, is a native perennial plant with large, creamy-white plumes of tiny flowers. The plant has attractive fern-like foliage and adds a delicate and airy texture to gardens and landscapes.


Moist woodlands, stream banks, shaded areas


Bride's Feathers provides habitat and food for various wildlife species, including butterflies and bees. It is also a host plant for certain butterfly species.

Growing Conditions:

Bride's Feathers prefers moist, well-drained soil in partial shade to full shade.


Bride's Feathers is often used in shade gardens and woodland landscapes for its ornamental value.

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Fun Facts:

Bride's Feathers is also known as "Goat's Beard" or "American Goat's Beard".

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