Also known as Foamflowers, for reasons too obvious to mention, tiarella produces white or pink flowers in April and May. The leaves are a bit "hairy" and practically heart-shaped. Grows to 8-12 inches at maturity. They are great in woodland areas with shade or filtered sunlight. Consider them for gardens with ferns and hosta for they complement those plants beautifully.
Partial Sun, Shade
Medium , Dry
Cut back to the ground in Spring. Cut back in mid-summer for re-blooming later.