The foamflower is a native wildflower that got its name from the masses of foamy white to pinkish flowers that emerge on long, thin stems from a dense mound of foliage in the springtime. The flowers are undoubtedly the most spectacular aspect of this trouble-free groundcover. But even after the long bloom of four to six weeks is over, foamflower is an attractive plant year-round. It spreads rapidly by runners (stolons) to form dense, 1-2' wide clumps of foliage, with the flowers reach 9 to 12 inches.
Light Requirements: Part shade to full sun
Water and Soil Requirements: Average water needs, medium well drained soil
Deer Resistant: Yes, moderately
Ecological benefits/uses: Foamflower attracts bees, butterflies, moths, other pollinators, and songbirds.
Find out more about Foamflower at https://plants.ces.ncsu.edu/plants/tiarella-cordifolia/