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Foamflower is a plant for all seasons. In spring, the charming flowers light up even places under pines in dry shade. Its evergreen lobed leaves, in a wide assortment of shapes, patterns, and markings, form healthy clumps that look good all growing season long. Use them at the front of borders as edgings or accents, or plant them close as groundcovers in lightly shaded woodland gardens. High-humus soils are excellent, but foamflower is easy to please.
The lovely dark lavender flowers of 'Blue Dreams' are charming companions for foamflower in lightly shaded woodlands.Japanese painted fern
The triangular fronds of Japanese painted fern, splashed with gray and red, show off well against foamflower foliage all season in light shade.Solomon's seal
Edged and streaked with white, the glossy leaves of upright variegated Solomon's seal are attractive accents against clumps of foamflower in spring.Virginia bluebells
With lovely foliage and pink flower buds that open to clear blue bells, Virginia bluebells makes a stunning, if short-lived picture with foamflower.