Hardy, spring-flowering North American perennial
Description: Showy spikes of tiny pink flowers borne on stems above the attractive, mottled foliage
Habit: Grows to 14 inches high and 12 inches wide; clump-forming
Culture: Prefers part shade and moist, acidic, humus-rich soil
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 4
Origin: Tennessee, North Carolina, Alabama
Attributes: Rabbit and deer resistant
Pink Foamflower is a native to Tennessee, North Carolina, and Alabama, growing in shady ravines and rocky woods. This long-blooming species is closely related to Tiarella cordifolia, differing only in the intensity of flower color and its lack of stolons or elongated rooting stems. Pink Foamflower is a low-maintenance plant that makes a lovely addition to border edges, woodland gardens, and rock gardens, and is not attractive to rabbits or deer.