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Foamflower Tiarella cordifolia
Saxifrage Saxigraceae family

Leaves are deeply heart-shaped at the base of the plant, and have 5-7 shallow lobes.



Flowers are white and numerous with very long, conspicuous stamens. They grow raceme-like on a fairly long stem, making it difficult at first to pair the leaves with the flower.


Form/Habitat:Foamflower grows in rich, moist woods.

6-12" high. Blooms in May.

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