'Butterfly Wings' (PP#13,629) is an unusual-looking
foamflower introduced by The Primrose Path in 2001.
- Non-running, forming a loose clump about 8" high X 12" wide. The
erect flower stems reach 14-16".
Cut so deeply that the leaves are separated into five separate
sections. The two on each side are usually raised above the central
section, so that the leaves resemble butterflies about to take flight.
In addition the centers of the leaves are heavily marked with maroon
spring the plants have light pink flowers borne in loose, unbranched
Features - Other
Tiarella with compound foliage have been introduced in the past few
years, but 'Butterfly Wings' has been by far the most vigorous and
attractive of the cut-leaved clump-forming varieties in our trials. 'Butterfly Wings' is a relatively compact form and
is especially well suited to being grown in containers or raised beds
where the interesting leaf shape can be seen closer up.
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