- Foam Flower-Tiarella cordifolia Hardy Planting Zones- 4-8 Sun or Shade – Partial Sun to Full Shade Mature Height - 12-18" Mature Width- 12-18" Bloom Season – Spring (May-June) Gardener Status- Beginner
Foam Flower makes a good Ground Cover.
Foam Flower - Tiarella cordifolia. The Foam Flower is a type of perennial wildflower with evergreen leaves that form in clumps and are mostly found in both Asia and North America. These plants can thrive in environments with partial shade or full shade and prefer moist soil. Planting Zones are from 3 to 9. Foam Flowers are mostly used in woodland gardens as ground cover, and they grow up to a foot in length and spread across from 1 to 2 feet. Foam Flowers typically start blooming in May, and their bloom colors are usually pink or white.
Foam Flowers are a great wildflower to add to gardens.
This wildflower can also work well as a groundcover. This wildflower can add bright, beautiful flowers to yards and it can spread rather quickly to cover those bare spots. Foam Flowers like moist soils so they may need to be watered regularly. These wildflowers will not be bothered a lot by pest and diseases. The foam flower is a beautiful flower with a creamy white color for the flower and a yellow inside. This flower doesn't have a height because it is more like a ground cover. It does not have a width either since it spreads a lot.
The Foam Flower plant would be great to have in your yard.
It has a bright white color with yellow to brighten it up. It also spreads so it would be great for a natural area or around a pond. So if you are interested in getting a few foam flower plants to do it, it has many great qualities. The Foam Flower is a unique looking plant when it is in full bloom. This flower blooms in May, and the stem fills with white clusters that have a slight pinkish tinge. When these flowers are grown together in mass groupings, they create a lovely ground covering. The Foam Flower is pretty maintenance free, the only thing you need to keep an eye on is the soil, just do not let it get too dry. The foamflower gets its name honestly because of the foam looking flower sitting on top.