Foam Flower 'Running Tapestry' (Tiarella cordifolia)
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Tiarella cordifolia, or the Foam Flower 'Running Tapestry', is a clump-forming perennial that spreads rapidly by runners. It features broad, maple-like, green foliage with red speckles. White flower spikes appear in the spring. Its acidic or bitter foliage makes it tolerant to deer and rabbits.
Plant in consistently moist, humusy or organic-rich, and well-drained soils in full shade to partial shade. Avoid planting in saturated soils during the winter, and do not let Foam Flower soil dry out. Propogate by division in the spring.
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