Foamflowers are close cousins to the Coral Bells, with similar sprays of flowers over a low clump of foliage. This trailing selection forms a low carpet of large, deeply-lobed green leaves with a brown star-shaped pattern marking the centre. Sprays of fragrant white flowers appear in mid to late spring. Great as a groundcover and where allowed to cascade over walls and containers. Trim or mow off any winter-burned leaves in early spring, to tidy plants up before blooming. Bred and introduced in the American Trail™ series by Terra Nova Nurseries of Oregon. USPP#21925: unlicensed propagation prohibited. Registered with COPF.