Tiarella Angel Wings has a compact, upright habitus and beautiful, two-tone leaves: green with a maroon center. The leaves are nicely incised, making them look like wings. Angel Wings gives a lot of flowers in April to June and again in September-October. The pink flower buds become white flowers that are very attractive to pollinators. Due to the long flowering period, this perennial is very attractive in both summer and autumn. A beautiful addition to the garden, perennial border, shade garden or the rock garden. Angel Wings becomes approx. 10" high and 12" wide. Plant Angel Wings in the (semi-)shade in a moist, well-drained soil.
USDA zone: 7b