American foam flower - Tiarella Wherryi
This species is a native wildflower that originated in the North American forests. The plants form a small group of arching green leaves that turn bronze in cold months and remain evergreen in mild winter regions. An excellent plant for separating green areas. Charming, pretty, starry white flowers turn pink on this foam flower as it grows. The 30-40cm flower stems appear in early spring and last about a month. The stems are pink coloured, which adds to the beautiful appearance of the garden plant. The foliage turns a striking burgundy in autumn.
Tiarella Wherryi - a decorative element in any garden
Tiarella wherryi is a North American woodland dweller, with deeply lobed maple foliage and charming racemes of white star-shaped flowers and pinkish-brown anthers. Tiarella wherryi prefers a moist, humus-rich soil and a shady or semi-shady position. The roots can easily be divided in spring or autumn, but you should not cut the Tiarella back for the winter. The genus Tiarella comprises seven species of low, mostly evergreen, perennial plants, some from North America and some from East Asia. Tiarella cordifolia is the most important species. They äre very similar to the related Heuchera All species grow from a thick rhizome and have decorative flowers. They have become very popular in America.
Tiarella is excellent for underplanting
The delicate foamy leaves create a very balanced, cozy growth when placed under Bäumen. Imagine how fabulous it looks when the sun shines through the Bäume onto the Tiarella's growth in spring. You rarely find plants with brightly coloured flowers on forest edges. The Tiarella is a good example. A wonderfully natural look, beautiful!
Buy the American foam blüte
We recommend buying about 12 plants for one square metre
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use the Tiarella Wherryi - American foam flower all year round.