Also known as Foamflowers, for reasons too obvious to mention, this perennial produces white or pink flowers in April and May. The leaves are a bit "hairy" and practically heart-shaped. Awe. 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. Photo: Walters Gardens, Inc
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Partial Sun, Shade
Medium , Dry
Cut back to the ground in Spring. Cut back in mid-summer for re-blooming later.