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Plants Matching tiarella cordifolia

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(Heartleaf Foamflower)

Foamflower is a low carpeting perennial native to eastern North America. Pyramidal spikes of delicate, frothy, creamy white flowers open atop compact erect stems in spring. The lobed, slightly hairy, mid-green, maple-shaped leaves have pleated veins which are often stained with burgundy. The foliage turns bronze-red in fall, and persists through winter in mild climates. Plants spread by runners to form ground-hugging carpets.

Foamflowers are at home in partial shade and moist, humus-rich soil,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Brandywine Foamflower, Heartleaf Foamflower)

Foamflower is a low carpeting perennial native to eastern North America. 'Brandywine' - an especially vigorous cultivar of foamflower - bears spikes of delicate, frothy, creamy white flowers atop 10-inch stems in spring. The lobed, slightly hairy, glossy green, maple-shaped leaves have pleated veins which are often stained with burgundy. The foliage turns bronze-red in winter. 'Brandywine' is at home in partial or full shade and moist, humus-rich soil, making it an ideal groundcover for the woodland...

(Butterfly Wings Foamflower, Heartleaf Foamflower)

A distinctive clump-forming selection of an outstanding eastern North American woodland perennial, 'Butterfly Wings' offers elegant flowers and dramatically lobed and marked foliage. Airy cylindrical to pyramidal spikes of delicate, frothy, pinkish-white flowers open atop erect calf-high stems in spring, creating a foamy wave of color when plants are massed. The large, deeply incised leaves have five nearly separate lobes. The side lobes are often inclined, giving the impression of a butterfly's...

(Heartleaf Foamflower, Oakleaf Foamflower)

Offering beautiful flowers and handsome foliage, this clump-forming perennial is one of the oldest and best selections of an outstanding eastern North American woodlander. Airy cylindrical to pyramidal spikes of delicate, frothy, pinkish-white flowers open atop erect calf-high stems in spring, creating a foamy wave of color when plants are massed. The large, deeply lobed, slightly hairy leaves bear a passing resemblance to oak foliage. The leaves turn bronze-red in fall, and persist through winter...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Heartleaf Foamflower, Running Tapestry Foamflower)

A vigorous carpeting form of an outstanding eastern North American woodland perennial, 'Running Tapestry' offers elegant flowers and attractively marked foliage. Airy cylindrical to pyramidal spikes of delicate, frothy white flowers open atop erect calf-high stems in spring, creating a foamy wave of color when plants are massed. The large, lobed, maple-like leaves have maroon veining. The leaves turn bronze-red in fall, and persist through winter in mild climates. Plants spread by stolons to form...