Forms clumps with huge leaves. Each leaf is deeply cut forming finger-like leaflets with dark stripes along the midribs. Pink buds with white flowers bloom heavily in spring.
Tiarellas perfer woodland conditions: humus-rich, moisture retentive soil and dappled to full shade. If properly sited, they will keep their nice foliage all winter long, shedding it only when the warmer days of spring arrive. Divide them in early spring before flowering or later in the summer if desired.
Very colorful and low-maintenance plants for the shady border. Plants form low-growing mounds of decorative foliage. Bottlebrush-like fragrant flowers bloom mid-spring. Very frost tolerant with excellent winter color.