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propagating perennials: Tiarella-Foamflower
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Monday, January 19, 2009


Propagating Tiarella or Foamflower can be accomplished either in the spring or fall and it is the simplest of division processes, dig up rooted the stolons and transplant. Foamflower is a cousin of Coral Bells however to proliferate it prefers an acidic rich moist sol in light shade. It is evergreen in warmer zones and blooms from May-June, there are variegated leafed varieties, blooms that are either pink or white, some varieties can reach a height of 30", and is deer resistant.

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