Foam Flower | Plant Profile
Foam Flower (Tiarella cordifolia) are clump-forming, spreading perennials that can create a leafy groundcover. The leaves are large relative to the rest of the plant and can resemble maple leaves in appearance. The foliage can turn red or bronze in the fall, but may remain evergreen in warmer summer climates. Flower stamens rise above the foliage and contain numerous tiny white flowers that look like foam from far away, as indicated by the name.
Foam Flowers prefers average fertility, medium moisture, well drained soils in part shade to full shade.
Foam Flowers are perennials that thrive in shady areas such as forest floors or areas along streams and ponds. Plant en masse to create a leafy groundcover.