One of our streamside wildflowers this week is Tiarella cordifolia, or Foamflower. We see these in late April through May, when they usually form small clusters of plants in damp and shady spots. Never growing much taller than mid-calf, Foamflower is reportedly a great native ground cover for heavily shaded areas in the lawn. Get out and enjoy our native flora this week!
Want to learn more? Visit the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service’s Foamflower webpage.