Grown mainly for its wonderful oversized foliage, Rogersia pinnata has clusters of bright-pink, star-shaped flowers appear on dark-red stems in mid- and late summer above the deeply divided leaves, and turn darker as they mature. The subsequent seedheads remain interesting into the winter. Initially emerging in spring a purplish-bronze, the handsome foliage becomes greener in summer. This award-winning rodgersia is perfect for the moist margins of a pond or stream. Best grown in a sheltered, partially shady site, it contrasts well with the lacy-textured foliage of regal or shuttlecock ferns.