Monday, April 19, 2010

Blooms for your spring garden: Tiarella 'Neon Lights

Tiarella is a close cousin to Huechera, with similar sprays of flowers over a low clump of foliage. "Neon Lights' has large, deeply-cut chartreuse leaves with deep purple veins. Chubby spikes of white -pink flowers appear in spring and they last and last. The bright green foliage offers bright color all season long. An excellent choice for edging in moist, shaded areas. This variety really visually brightens darkly shaded areas.

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