Allegheny Foamflower


Tiarella cordifolia  

Photograph taken at The Biltmore Estates in Asheville, NC on April 24, 2004.  A little known native evergreen perennial growing in robust colonies in shady, moist, organic soils.  An excellent companion plant where trilliums, Solomon’s seal and ferns will romp and meander.  The lobed leaves are often colored with red variegated markings atop the netted veins of the foliage. The subtle and delicate pink flower buds give rise to airy flowers rising atop the foliage in spring.  The foam-like appearance exhibited originates from the seemingly long stamens, or male reproductive structures, projecting from the dainty floral body. An excellent woodland native worth crawling around on your hands and knees to truly connect with.

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