|Common Name||Trailing foam flower|
|Plant Series||Tiarella AMERICAN TRAILS™ Series|
|US Patent #||PP22675|
|EU Grant #||--|
|Bloom Time||April, May|
|Foliage Color||Green, Purple, Red|
|Exposure||Part Shade, Full Shade|
|Growth Habit||Spreading / Trailing|
|Hardiness Zone||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
|How Different?||The leaves are better marked than 'Running Tapestry' and it is a more vigorous plant.|
|Landscape Value||Colorfully marked foliage, charming flowers, and trailing! ground cover for dry or moist shade, hanging baskets, under-story, front of the border.|
|Most Active Growing Season||Spring|
|Size (HT/W/FL HT)||4" / 36" / 6"|
|Soil (Garden)||Rich and moist with an organic component.|
|Special Uses||Deep South, Deer Resistant, Winter Color|
Tiarella ‘Appalachian Trail’
A lovely, rapidly trailing groundcover which sports numerous branches. Well marked leaves have a large splatter pattern. Better marked than 'Running Tapestry'. A great groundcover for shade or in a hanging basket. Short white flowers. Vigorous without getting out of hand.
*** PLEASE NOTE ***
This plant is no longer for sale directly from TERRA NOVA® Nurseries. However, it may still be available through one of our Licensees or Retail Sources.
USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 4-9
Size (HT/W/FL HT): 4″ / 36″ / 6″
Exposure: Part Shade, Full Shade
Bloom Time(s): —
|Water (Greenhouse)||Dry moderately between waterings.|
|EC||0.6 – 0.9|
|pH||5.5 – 6.8|
|Fertility Needs||150 – 200 ppm|
|Finish Time to 4″||6 – 8 weeks|
|Finish Time to Gallon||10 – 12 weeks|
|Day Length for Flowering||Day Neutral|
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