Astilbe, sometimes known as "false spirea," captivates with its feathery plumes of delicate flowers. These exquisite blooms come in a variety of colors, including shades of pink, white, red, and purple, offering a soft and romantic touch to floral arrangements. While Astilbe doesn't possess a strong scent, its elegant appearance more than compensates. Astilbe is grown in various regions around the world, and its Latin name is Astilbe. Astilbe was first introduced as a cut flower in the late 19th century and quickly gained popularity for its unique texture and graceful appearance.