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| Shield-leaf Roger's Flower|
With only one species recognized in this genus, A. tabularis is the result of a splitting off from the Rodgersia genus. Grown primarily for its foliage, leaves are quite large (to 36 inches), round, peltate and slightly lobed. Small white flowers bloom in fluffy racemes above the foliage.
Plant Type: perennial
Plant Form or Habit: rounded/mounded
Plant Use: Plant in groups in beds or borders.
Width: Minimum: 36 inches Maximum: 60 inches
Foliage Texture: coarse
USDA Hardiness Zone: 5
Water Requirements: average
Additional Comments: Also known as Rodgersia tabularis. Prefers moist and shady spots preferably near water, but not water-logged.