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juju - 7
The variety I grow has purple-black foliage and I can't begin to tell you how good the flowers smell. Bottle it and become a bazillionaire! I marked the propagation low because the rhizome is patented and the plant in fact, does not take well to being moved. Other than that, it's incredible and a must for a part sun and woodland type place in the garden - preferabl...
Ratings
overall10
how easy  10
flower10
foliage10
propagate2
fragrance10

Zintal - z5ME
Cimicifuga racemosa
Leo Schlageter Mary Todd Royal Standard
Cimicifuga Racemosa has been in the L Border since 1984. It is beautiful but takes up room. We have three plant grouping in this picture of the L Border. Daffodils have no problem sharing space with them.
Ratings
overall10
how easy  10
flower10
foliage10
propagaten/a
fragrancen/a

ForestFern - z6 Upstate NY
this is one i want in the future

Terramadre - 7b - AL
Cimicifuga racemosa
Cohosh flowers; foliage on right
Black Cohosh is native to the eastern US. It's a great plant for the shade garden. Note: Nandina foliage is showing behind the flowers; Cohosh foliage is to the right.

Mainiac - 5b Maine
Cimicifuga racemosa

Waplummer - Z5 NY
Having breakfast one morning on our porch I gazed down into the back woods as the morning sun came through and lit up the candelabras on my 'Fairy Candles'. That play of light and shadow was dramatic. The next evening having dinner on the porch, the western sun streamed through in like fashion and relit the candelabras. What a sight!
Ratings
overall10
how easy  10
flower10
foliage10
propagate10
fragrancen/a

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