Tiarella ' Spring symphony'
Flower NameTiarella ' Spring symphony'
HabitatEastern North America
Morphevergreen, cold-tolerant species of crustacean coral perennial plant
Tiarella 'Spring symphony' (scientific name: Tiarella 'Spring symphony') is an evergreen, cold-tolerant species of crustacean coral perennial plant and a close relative in the family Saxifragaceae. It produces many small, pale pink flowers in spring with long, florid inflorescences. The flowers have a fragrance similar to that of Lilies. The leaves are small and deeply incised, evergreen, red in winter and dark brown with starfish-shaped spots in summer. It has beautiful foliage and is popular as a houseplant. The beautiful foliage makes it popular as a houseplant. They are used in shade gardens and container gardens, as well as in cut flowers and flower arrangements. It can also be used as a material for arrangements. The flowers are similar to Astilbe.
Common name: Tiarella 'Spring symphony', scientific name: Tiarella 'Spring symphony', origin: Eastern North America, plant: 20-25 cm, flower size, flower, flowering period: April-May, flower color: pale pink
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Flower arrayRacemous Inflorescence
Leaf typeTwice ｔernate pinnate compound leaf
Flowering placeGarden foliage plant Ct flower・Flower arrangement
Height20 ~ 25 [cm]
Diameter1 ~ 1