Observations on nature and gardening
It's a lovely plant and great for attracting butterflies and hummers. gail
It's one of my favorites, too. The flowers make me think of sparkling fairy wands. In my garden a tiarella is blooming on an oak-shaded slop beneath iris cristata.
Isn't Tiarella fabulous? I appreciate our native woodland wildflowers that are tough enough for 'normal' woodland conditions in a garden setting (that is, not perfect soil with uneven moisture throughout the summer). Foamflower (and its relative Heuchera) are in that category.
I keep meaning to add some of these to my garden...they are so very lovely en masse.
I enjoy hearing from fellow nature lovers and gardeners. Let me know your thoughts.