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Plant Identification: SOLVED: Anyone know what this is?

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marigold
Birmingham
United Kingdom

April 21, 2002
2:20 PM

Post #27503

I bought this thinking that it was a Heuchera, but clearly it isn't.It's about 10" tall.Has anyone any idea what it is?

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Evert
Helsinki
Finland
(Zone 4b)


April 21, 2002
2:28 PM

Post #247187

Some kind of Tiarella?
Baa

April 21, 2002
3:51 PM

Post #247212

I agree it's a Tiarella. I don't know the full name as there are a number with different leaf forms, perhaps some one else recognises the variety
vic

April 22, 2002
12:25 AM

Post #247416

Is this also know under common name as foam flower? If so, we have it growing wild down by our creek. Or at least something that looks like it..
Baa

April 22, 2002
7:27 AM

Post #247533

Yes that's a common name for it Vic, pretty aren't they!

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