Horticulture Report:Tiarella cordifolia

Plant Name: Tiarella cordifoliatiarella-cordifolia_-foamflower
Common Name:  Foamflower
Plant type: Herbaceous perennial
Height: 1 foot
Spread: 1-2 feet
Bloom Time: May
Flower Color: White or Pink
Exposure: Part Shade to Full shade
Soil Requirements: Rich well-drained soil
Water Needs: Medium, keep moist
Attributes: Showy Flowers, Bronze Fall Foliage, Semi-glossy Heart-shaped Leavesfoam_flower_tiarella_cordifolia, Deer Tolerant
Note: Spreads rapidly by runners
Uses: Naturalizing, mass planting for ground cover, woodland garden,   
Native to: USA: Southeast to the Midwest & Canada: Nova Scotia
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4-9

Horticulture Report: Arbutus unedo ‘compacta’

arbutus-unedo-compactaPlant Name: Arbutus unedo ‘compacta’
Common Name:  Dwarf Strawberry Tree
Plant type: Evergreen Shrub
Height: 6-8 ft

Spread/Width: 5-6 ft
Bloom Time: Repeating Fall to late winter

Flower Color: White, bell-shaped
Exposure:  Part to Full sun

Soil Requirements: Lean, well-drained soil
Water Needs: Low – Drought tolerant once established
Attributes: Masses of white flowers, Dark glossy green foliage, Cinnamon-colored bark, Edible strawberry-like fruit, , Dwarf plant, Bird friendly

Note: Low maintenance
Uses:
Firewise plantings, Waterwise plantings, Privacy Screen, Specimen focal point, Wildlife gardens, Year-round interest, Informal hedge,  Butterfly gardens, Attracts Hummingbirds, Winter interest
Native to: Southern Europe and Ireland
USDA Hardiness Zone: 7-9

Horticulture Report:White baneberry

Plant Name: Actaea pachypodadoll-s-eyes-white-baneberry-actaea-pachypoda
Common Name:  White baneberry (Doll’s Eyes)
Plant type: Herbaceous perennial
Height: 1- 2 feet
Spread: 3 feet
Bloom Time: May to June
Flower Color: White
Exposure: Part to Full Shade
Soil Requirements: Rich, Loamy, Good drainage
Water Needs: Regular watering
Attributes: Fragrant Showy Flowers,  Shiny White Berries, Low Maintenancedolls-eye_white-baneberry
Note: Berries are poisonous to humans!
Uses: Woodland plant, Naturalizing, Native Wildflower
Native to: Eastern North America
USDA Hardiness Zone: 3-9