These hybrids combine the flowering habit of coral bells (Heuchera) with the heart-shaped leaves of foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia). Most produce foliage clumps to 4–6 in. high and about 1 ft. wide; leaves are deeply lobed and up to 4 in. across. Late spring or summer blooms of pink or white are held on thin stalks 1–2 ft. high, creating a candlelike effect. Excellent choice for shaded rock gardens or as a woodland groundcover. Require rich, well-drained soil.x Heucherella tiarelloides
Light green leaves and sprays of pink flowers from spring to midsummer, often with repeat bloom in autumn.
Deeply lobed leaves patterned green and silver with purple veins and a dark central stripe; flowers are tawny white and not showy. Clumps reach 1 ft. high and at least twice as wide.
Large chartreuse to lime green leaves are veined and centered with bright red; white blossoms.
Large, rich apricot orange leaves are veined and centered in burgundy; flowers are white. Foliage mound reaches 1 1/2 ft. high and 2 ft. wide.
The most widely grown irises fall into the bearded group. More than a century of breeding has produced...
Native from Maine to Minnesota, south to Florida, Arizona, and Mexico. Light green leaves form a compa...
Mounding growth to 6–12 in. high and 1 1/2–3 ft. wide. Lacy, silvery blue foliage; flowers...