Tianella Cordifolia, common name Foamflower, grows easily in average to medium moisture, well-drained soil in part shade to full shade. This plant is semi-evergreen in milder climates. Foamflower is a clump forming American native perennial that spreads by runners to form mounds 1-2′ in height. The leaves may have reddish-purple variegation along the veins. Tiny white flowers appear in airy clusters in early spring on numerous wirey flower stalks rising 10-12″ above the clump of foliage. Use at the front of shady borders with ferns and Jacobs ladder or mass together for an attractive ground cover.