TIARELLA 'PINK BRUSHES'
'Pink Brushes' (PP#13,329) is an exceptionally vigorous and
- A non-running clump former making a loose mound of foliage to about
10" high X 14" wide. The superabundant flower stalks reach 18" tall. The plants grow rapidly and make a thick, dense
clump the first year.
leaves are 3.5 to 4" across, deeply lobed, and have seasonally variable
central maroon markings.
In early spring the new growth is flushed with purple.
individual flowers are light pink and retain their petals longer than
is usual for Tiarella; the flower spikes are dense and full. Bloom time
is late April through May for us.
flowers of 'Pink Brushes' (far right) are larger, more densely arranged
on the spike, and more richly colored than those of any other tiarella
we have seen, even 'Pink Skyrockets,' whose flower qualities are highly
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