Tiarella ‘Pink Skyrocket’

Foam flower 'Pink Sky Rocket'


A handsome clump forming perennial producing gorgeous pink blooms.

The perfect choice to add colour to cool, moist part to full shaded borders and beds.


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Origin: Asia and Northern America, cultivar of horticultural origin.
Genus: Tiarella
Species / Cultivar: 'Pink Skyrocket'
Common Name: Foam flower 'Pink Sky Rocket'
Synonym: × Heucherella 'Pink Sky Rocket,' Tiarella cordifolia 'Pink Skyrocket'

Plant Biography

Tiarella ‘Pink Skyrocket’ has lush deeply lobed green leaves subtly veined in red, topped with a display of soft pink foamy flower spikes that can last as from spring through to autumn. A great choice for ground cover in woodland gardens, or in shady containers or borders as a pretty companion for hardy ferns and hostas.



Tiarella 'Pink Skyrocket'
Soil: Moist but Well Drained
Soil that allows water to drain at a moderate rate, without the water pooling.
Growth Rate: Medium
Expect to see moderate growth during growing season.
Water Requirement: Medium
Once it is established, this plant is likely to only require watering during drier periods.
Maintenance: Low
Minimal skill or input needed beyond the basics, a very independent plant.
Situation: Part Shade to Full Shade
Can enjoy several hours of direct sunlight, but also happy in full shade.
Eventual Height: 0.2-0.3m
The plant's ultimate height in typical growing conditions.
Eventual Spread: 0.3-0.4m
The plant's ultimate spread in typical growing conditions.
Hardiness: Fully Hardy
Will survive unprotected outdoors in most areas of the UK, even in the harshest winters.
Habit: Semi Evergreen
May only remain evergreen in milder winters, or only loose leaves for a short period.
Care & Size Guidance

Care & Size Guidance

For best results grow Tiarella ‘Pink Skyrocket’ in moist but well-drained soil in part to full shade. This is a fabulous low maintenance plant – making excellent weed-suppressing ground cover as it spreads gently by stolons and naturally producing offsets. If growing in pots make sure to water well in summer months as like ferns and other woodland plants it will struggle with periods of drought.

Expert Tip

When grown in dappled sun or part shade, leaves turn coppery bronze in colder temperatures. In milder areas this foliage will then hold through the winter.