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With tiny bell-shaped flowers that create a foam of bloom, this plant is also appreciated for it handsome clumps of leaves, which are broad, lobed, and distinctively veined. From spring to fall the short delicate sprays of white or pink bells rise on slender stems. Foamy bells prefer light humus-rich soil that drains well.
The ferny leaves of astilbe contrasts strongly with the loved foliage of foamy bells. Both thrive in the same conditions.Japanese forestgrass
For a fine foliage combination plant striped, bright yellow Aureola Hakone grass as a companion. The arching leaves add grace to the combination.Heart-leaf brunnera
In spring Jack Frost brunnera produces panicles of bright blue forget-me-not flowers above clumps of handsome white heart-shaped leaves strikingly veined and margined with emerald. 'Jack Frost' enjoys similar conditions to foamy bells