Tiarella

Tiarella

Tiarella or foamflowers are native to the woodlands of North America and easternAsia.  They are small plants with slightly hairy heart-shaped leaves that form clumps or spread by runners to make patches. In spring the plants give rise to spikes of starry white or pink flowers. In eastern North America there are several different looking forms that are currently combined under the name.  This is an excellent native groundcover, which makes a dense patch of foliage that is often marked with attractive maroon patches. In spring white or pale pink flowers on 12" spikes give a "foamy" appearance to the plants

Specifications

  • Common Name: Foam Flower
  • Zone: 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
  • Bloom: Late Spring | Early Summer
  • Growth: 6-12 Inches
  • Exposure: Partial Shade | Full Shade
  • Water: Average