Tiarella cordifolia 'Lehigh' PPAF

Delicately cut leaves with dark maroon markings

Size 4-6″ tall by 12-18″ wide
USDA hardiness Zones 4(3)-9
Sun / Shade full to part shade
Soil average garden soil
Moisture would love to have moist, organic soil, but also grows well in dry soil with lots of rot competition.
Disease and Pests none known
Landscape use average to moist shade, shady slopes, stream banks, shade containers, shade hanging baskets.
Market appeal / Uniqueness Lehigh: sports the most deeply lobbed, apple green leaves and grows four to six inches tall with a spread of up to 12 inches wide. Each leaf has deep maroon markings in the center and numerous, strong flower stalks that support peachypink. blooms from early May to late June
Propagation Methods tissue culture, vegetative cuttings
Bloom Time April to June

Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:

Plants Nouveau is proud to represent Sinclair A. Adam, Jr. famed plants-man and owner of Vermont Organics Reclamation, in the exclusive introduction of his much awaited, newly selected line of ground covering, heart leaved foam flowers. Sinclair’s passion for breeding with native plants is known throughout the industry by such innovative introductions as Tiarella ‘Erika Leigh’, “Laird of Skye’, ‘Brandywine’ and ‘Oakleaf’. The River Series was selected from 15,000+ F1 hybrid seedlings that resulted from crossing the very hardy ‘Erika Leigh’ and a super heavy blooming, running unnamed Tiarella cordifolia seedling.