What are these plants?


Does anyone know what these flowers are?

q what are these plants
q what are these plants
  15 answers
  • Donna Donna on Jun 19, 2019


  • Sandy Sandy on Jun 19, 2019


  • Jca8391587 Jca8391587 on Jun 19, 2019

    I believe it is an astilbe

  • DIANNE DIANNE on Jun 19, 2019


  • Mona Blake Mona Blake on Jun 19, 2019


  • Simple Nature Decor Simple Nature Decor on Jun 19, 2019

    looks like a wild flower of some kind

  • Martha Anne Horning Martha Anne Horning on Jun 20, 2019

    I agree with Astilbe

  • Toni Toni on Jun 20, 2019

    I have them throughout my garden area, I pulled out all the weeds, vines, poison ivy garlic and these plant about 2 “ high with bell white flowers I thought now this year I will be set no ugly plants till 2 weeks ago this new weed arrived by hundreds, someone said it’s poison ivy no has three leaves but not shiny, not a vine and not connected to each other and plus I took hold of it and it came out with no effort in about 10 minutes I cleared them out, so what are they ugly weed they seem to like the grassy type plant you have

  • Kdeeinc Kdeeinc on Jun 20, 2019

    I see those to in my yard now

  • Kdeeinc Kdeeinc on Jun 20, 2019

    What is astilbe how u get rid of them

    • Jeanne Jeanne on Jun 20, 2019

      You really don't want to get rid of it. It is a beautiful periennal. If you really want it gone dig it out.

  • Dorothy Dorothy on Jun 20, 2019

    looks like poison ivy

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Jun 20, 2019

    It is Astilbe/ a genus of 18 species of rhizomatous flowering plants within the family Saxifragaceae, native to mountain ravines and woodlands--some species are known by the common names False Goat's Beard and False Spirea. It is a Perennial, semi shade woodland. Astilbe is both rabbit and deer resistant – they prefer not to eat it. one of the most sought after plants for shade-semi shade gardens. Spent/dead plumes can be cut back in spring or left alone for winter interest, virtually maintenance free plants for gardens. They can also be divided about every four years as needed. The plumes are sold for wedding table decor ; pricing for them is high ---5 Bunches | 50 Stems. $95.99. ( $19.20 per bunch ) 10 Bunches | 100 Stems. $175.99. ( $17.60 per bunch ) 15 Bunches l 150 Stems. $249.99. ( $16.67 per bunch ) 20 Bunches | 200 Stems. $335.99. ( $16.80 per bunch ),make great cut flowers-florists use them in arrangements;a 1 gallon container at big box store averages $10.00; if you do not want them in garden sell them online.

    Not poison ivy or a weed(well weed means "plant not wanted"...so I guess it could be for Toni & Kdeenic)

  • Chris Chris on Jun 26, 2019

    the ones with the loose fluffy leaves are Larkspur, an annual delphinium. One of the few blue flowers other than sage, salvia or borage. let it self seed in the fall and enjoy next year. Also comes in pink and white. the other ones are indeed astilbe.