Astilbe is a flower native to Korea, China, and Japan and is mostly recognized by their feathery plumes of airy, dense blooms. Somewhat reminiscent of a fern and feather celosia, it has seen modest growth in popularity among DIY brides and floral designers. Featuring a whimsical and feminine presence, many use this flower for centerpieces, boutonnieres, and filler for wedding bouquets. They can also be used alone for petite, hand tied bridal bouquets, adding that delicate touch to your floral. Astilbe is generally available from February until November, though available sporadically throughout the year. They are freshly harvested, coming in red, white, pink, and assorted colors.