Native perennial. Ontario grown
Foamflowers are close cousins to the Coral-bells. This species is a native wildflower, and a parent to many of the new hybrids. Plants form a spreading mat of scalloped green leaves, turning bronze in colder months and remaining evergreen in mild winter regions. Short sprays of airy white flowers appear in early summer. An excellent woodland groundcover, preferring rich, moist soil. Runners are produced in summer and these trail around the plant, rooting to form new plantlets. These can be easily moved in early spring to start a new patch.
USDA Zones: 3-9