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What you need to know as a florist about the Astilbe

  • Colourful splendour

    Astilbe can have different colours, including pink, red, white and purple.

  • Stylish applications

    Astilbe has a panicle-shaped inflorescence with small, dense flowers that rise above the leaves.

  • Symbolic meaning

    The Astilbe symbolises romance and is often used in bridal bouquets.

All about the Astilbe

Meet the Astilbe. Its velvety plumes blow gracefully in the breeze and this flower stands out in any bouquet.

The Astilbe, also known as the panicle espalier, is available in different colours: from soft pastel shades to fiery colours. Whatever colour you use, the Astilbe fits perfectly with romantic themes and adds a soft touch to the floral arrangement.

The Astilbe is available in a variety of colours.

The Astilbe is a strong plant that needs little care and does well in shady areas. It blooms from June to August and grows about 60 cm tall. It is a flower that blends well with other flowers and plants, making it perfect for all kinds of combinations.

Combinate the Astilbe for example with other soft flowers, such as peonies and lisianthus. Add gypsophila for a dreamy look. Or go for a lush garden bouquet with wildflowers for a rustic look.

Sales inspiration for the florist

The Astilbe is a beautiful flower often used in Women's Day bouquets, bridal bouquets and other romantic floral arrangements. You can find more inspiration here.

Sales advice for the florist

In-store sales advice for Astilbe

There are several techniques you can apply to the Astilbe. Think of making arrangements, a bouquet, a mono-bouquet or drying.





When choosing the right bouquet, it is important to consider the meaning of the Astilbe. Ideal for special occasions. Read the meaning of the flower under 'Product information'.

Give care tips

Give advice on caring for Astilbe, so the customer knows how to keep the flowers fresh for as long as possible. Read the care tips under 'Care' for the best advice.

Inspiring stories from growers, florists and experts

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