TIARELLA 'PINK PEARLS'
'Pink Pearls' (PP#13,445) is a new breed of foamflower. This is a
hybrid between one of the spring blooming eastern US T. cordifolia
types and the western T. unifoliata, which blooms in the summer. The
result is a form that begins to bloom in the spring and continues on
well into the summer.
- A large clump of loose foliage about 10" high X 24" across, with
abundant branching flower stems held at an angle and reaching about 18".
Foliage - The leaves are glossy green, about 4 to 4.5" across, and shaped like those of red maple.
Flowers - The flowers are white from pink buds that
resemble tiny pearls and are borne on long branching stems that extend
out from the clump.
||Special Features - 'Pink Pearls' is unique in its growth habit and extended bloom period. It will make a large vigorous clump in a year or two. The foliage will
be evergreen if it is given the protection of a mulch of dead leaves in
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