Read the text in the category Heucheras, Heucherellas and Tiarellas for general information about the Tiarella.

The Tiarella ‘Appalachian Trail’ has a trailing habit as you might suspect from the name. It grows long stems that spread above the ground. The leaves are green with dark red variegation along the veins.

The bloom is not very abundant but for a long period. The plant in these photos grows in full shade.

 

Attracts bees: yes

Characteristic: evergreen

Deer resistant: yes

Exposure: part shade/shade

Flower color: white

Flowering time: June – August

Foliage color: green/red

Fragrant flower: no

Hardiness: -31 ºF/ -35 ºC

Height: 6 inches/ 15 cm

Soil: normal/moist