Flowers: April-August. Plant in part shade or woodland. HxS 30x60cm
Tiarella are excellent plants for shade and woodland conditions and this variety has fragrant flowers over a long period. Many of the newer named forms have been introduced from the USA and this is no exception. The palm shaped leaves are mottled and the plant produces masses of frothy, dark plum flower heads opening to beautiful pink flowers. A good ‘doer’ which continues to throw flower heads all spring and summer. Dry shade tolerant when established and slightly scented. Evergreen in mild winters.
Care & Maintenance.
Cut back all foliage to the ground in spring after a severe winter, or just tidy away the older leaves if it has been mild. Propagate by careful division.
Categories: A - Z Perennial Plants, Shade and Woodland Plants Tags: disease resistant, dry shade plant, evergreen plant, fragrant, ground cover, pollinator plant, scented plant, shade plant