from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A woodland plant (Tiarella cordifolia) of eastern North America, having a narrow cluster of small white flowers. Also called false miterwort.
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- n. Any of the genus Tiarella of wildflowers and garden plants in the saxifrage family.
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- n. stoloniferous white-flowered spring-blooming woodland plant
Its bricks are made from recycled waste, and it has bike parking, bike showers, high-performance windows, and three green roofs planted with golden stonecrop, sweet woodruff, Allegheny foamflower and Solomon's seal.
So, I capered off with Zak to dig up irises, coral bells, foxglove, primroses, violets, bugleweed, forget me nots and foamflower from our huge perennial beds.
The textured foliage blends well with the bold leaves of hostas and is great in combination with other early-season flowers, such as bleeding heart, foamflower and columbine.
Mid-May visitors can expect to see lilacs, Korean spice viburnum, flowering dogwood, redbud, foamflower, flowering crabapples and trillium.
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