Wherry’s Foamflower (Tiarella cordifoilia var collina) is a good choice for a ground cover plant in the moist, shaded areas of the garden.
|All Plants, Perennials Hardy
|partial sun to shade
|moist sites are the best and needs to be watered during droughts
|Soil & Site
|prefers humus rich, moist well-drained soils with a ph range of 5-6.5.
|bottle brush-like flowers, starting to bloom in early May, flowers are an inflorescence called a raceme, small starry-like creamy white
|flower stalks will reach about 10-12 inches.
|divison of the clumps.
|The species plant is native to eastern North America.
|An introduction from the University of Delaware, the Brandywine Conservatory and Dunvegan Nursery.
|To successfully grow this plant avoid full sun dry sites. syn Tiarella wherryi
|Notes & Reference
|#105-Heuchera and Heucherellas (Dan Heims, Grahame), #119-Heuchera, Tiarella and Heucherella A Gardeners Guide (Charles and Martha Oliver))