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foamflower

Has spikes with white or pink flowers with hairy rounded maple-like leaves. Diuretic. Has seven flavonoids, 4 steroids and numerous phytochemicals. Used for mouth problems and clearing white-yeast coating from tongue.
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Tiarellas, or "foam flowers", are great plants for shady spots, covering the ground with their handsome foliage and producing an abundance of flower spikes,each covered in small, starry blooms.
Tiarella and some Chrysosplenium species have a monosymmetric gynoecium giving rise to fruits with rain dispersal (see above).
At the end of the decade, Tiarella trifoliata, Mitella spp., and Viola spp.
Foaming with pink flowers on short stalks, Tiarella cordifolia soon forms dense mats.
These included squawroot, violets (Viola spp.), foam-flower (Tiarella cordifolia), rattlesnake-root (Prenanthes sp.), Solomon's seal (Polygonatum biflorum), squirrel-corn (Dicentra canadensis) and partridge-berry (Mitchella repens).
In beds and borders, the taller varieties such as Darwins look great planted with pulmonarias, heuchera and tiarella, hardy geraniums and ground-covering sedums and vincas.
Tiarella 'Spring Symphony' has creamy-apricot 'bottlebrush' flowers adored by bees and butterflies.
Davy Russell's best-ever season continues, and fresh from his win in Wednesday's Ulster National, the in-form jockey moved on to the 63-winner mark for the campaign as Tiarella took the mares' conditions hurdle for trainer Denis Ah-ern.
Lovely Present's six-length Clonmel win suggests she will be hard to beat in the bumper but Tiarella may have come on sufficiently from her debut here last month to score.
There is a newly planted woodland walk on offer which are planted with several hundred woodland plants, including primula, hellebore, arum, tiarella and foxglove to name a few.
The embryonic interstitial cell system of the marine hydrozoan Pennaria tiarella has been characterized by Martin and associates (Martin and Thomas, 1977, 1980, 1981a, b; Martin and Archer, 1986; Martin, 1988a, 1990, 1991).