Delaware has the largest, roundest leaves with subtle, deep purple markings. Delaware grows four to six inches tall and spreads to18 inches wide in one season. Prolific, deep pink blooms from late April to June are held high above the foliage on dark red stems.
FM Mooberry is a petite selection with lots of bloom power. The foliage turns nearly black by summer's end and after the big spring bloom, blooms will sporadically show up from June to September.
Lehigh sports the most deeply lobbed, apple green leaves and grows four to six inches tall with a spread of up to 12 inches wide. Each leaf has deep maroon markings in the center and numerous, strong flower stalks that support peachypink
Octoraro's deeply lobed foliage and exceptionally long bloom stalks set this selection apart from all others on the market. This plant will easily replace the ever-invasive English ivy and periwinkle as a native, sustainable ground cover for dry shade.
This new selection is as happy under a pink oak as it is in a moist, humus-laden garden. Pink buds unfurl to reveal creamy pink blooms and then when the new leaves come, they shine from afar with their glossy sheen. this is one foam flower anyone can grow. It's even happy in a container!
Susquehanna ‘s deeply lobed leaves have the darkest markings. Deep purple to black markings begin as subtle veining and mature to cover all but a thin margin of each deep green leaf. Susquehanna is the shortest of the series, but very vigorous, covering up to two feet of ground in one season.
Wissahickon brightens up dark, shady areas with it's shiny foliage. Pure white blooms emerge from peachy-pink buds in late spring and bloom consistently through late July and even into August. A slower spreader, this new selection is great for under planting in areas where large, evergreen shrubs have shaded the area beneath them.