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Aruncus dioicus ssp triternatus from Valley
pls validate


Yes …, the accepted name is Aruncus sylvester Kostel. ex Maxim. hope you get it in flower next time.
I wish you also clicked Astilbe rivularis, a very similar looking member from Saxifragaceae but usually about 1 m tall or so.


A tree from Rosaceae.


 
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