(Alumroot, Marmalade Alumroot)
Full sun tough with incredibly hot color foliage, this small hardy perennial offers exciting looks all year long. It is one of the new cultivars of the old plant known as coral bells, which was grown primarily for its flowers. But contemporary breeding of American native Heuchera species has yielded a whole new generation of cultivars created exclusively for their colored leaves. This small clumping perennial is a perfect example, producing fancy ruffled leaves that feature brownish orange...
(Alumroot, Melting Fire Alumroot)
The smoldering, burgundy foliage and profuse blooms of Heuchera ‘Melting Fire’ make this compact, mounded perennial a standout in beds and borders. In late spring to early summer, a generous display of small, creamy, bell-shaped flowers are held on airy panicles atop the richly-colored foliage of this striking perennial.
Heuchera ‘Melting Fire’ is happiest in partial sun to high, filtered shade resembling that of a naturally open forest. In the south it requires protection...
(Alumroot, Midnight Claret Alumroot)
The gorgeous, scalloped leaves of Heuchera ‘Midnight Claret’ are rich, dark burgundy splashed with silvery highlights. In late spring to early summer, this lovely Heuchera hybrid produces airy panicles of tiny, pink, bell-shaped flowers held atop short, wiry stems.
Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest. In the South it requires protection from direct afternoon sun. Well-drained, neutral,...
Mary S. Thomas
(Alumroot, Midnight Rose Alumroot)
The colorful foliage of Heuchera ‘Midnight Rose’ offers striking looks which change over the course of the growing season. In spring, the glossy leaves emerge almost black, splashed with flecks of bright rose. As summer progresses, the leaves lighten to burgundy and the rose mottling fades to cream and paler pink, expanding in size as the foliage grows. The modest blooms of ‘Midnight Rose’ feature a few bell shaped white or pink flowers on scant stalks in spring, and take second stage...
(Alumroot, Mint Frost Alumroot)
Perfect for pastel color schemes, the scalloped, silvery foliage of Heuchera ‘Mint Frost’ is veined and edged with fresh green, developing attractive, rosy tones in the cooler temperatures of autumn. A subtle yet charming display of tiny, chartreuse to white, bell-shaped flowers bloom atop thin, wiry stems in late spring to early summer.
Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest. In the South it requires...
(Coralbells, Mocha Coralbells)
The large, scalloped leaves of Heuchera ‘Mocha’ are a rich, chocolate brown, intensifying in darkness with exposure to the sun. The deep color of this heat and humidity tolerant Heuchera lends itself to dramatic contrasts with brighter hued garden plants. In mid to late summer, airy panicles of tiny, white flowers appear on wiry stems atop the coffee-colored foliage of this vigorous, clump-forming perennial.
Heuchera is happiest in partial sun or bright filtered...
(Coralbells, Monet Coralbells)
The bold, graphic leaves of Heuchera ‘Monet’ are crisp white, generously splashed and spattered with grass-green, bringing the illusion of dappled sunlight to shady plantings. Airy panicles of tiny, coral-red flowers bloom atop thin stems in late spring to early summer, contrasting vividly with the minty, speckled foliage of this eye-catching perennial.
<Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest. In...
James H. Schutte
(Coralbells, Montrose Ruby Coralbells)
Lush, silvery, maroon-colored leaves give Heuchera ‘Montrose Ruby’ nonstop, bold color whether in bloom or not. The rich foliage of this low-growing, clumping perennial contrasts beautifully with brighter colors in the garden. Airy panicles of tiny, white flowers held atop wiry stems create a subtle, charming display in late spring to early summer.
Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest. In the...
James H. Schutte
(Alumroot, Obsidian Alumroot)
‘Obsidian’ offers some of the darkest foliage to be found in the wide world of Heuchera hybrids. Its glossy, lobed leaves are deepest burgundy-black, contrasting dramatically with brighter colors in the garden. In late spring to early summer, airy panicles of tiny, white flowers appear on wiry stems atop the midnight-hued foliage of this award-winning perennial.
Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest....
James H. Schutte
(Alumroot, Peach Flambe Alumroot)
The incredibly vivid, coral-red color of Heuchera ‘Peach Flambe’ offers stunning looks throughout the growing season. In spring, the large, ruffled, scalloped leaves are at their brightest, and then fade to a somewhat subtler hue in summer before developing rich, plum tones with the cool temperatures of fall. In late spring, airy panicles of tiny, white flowers create a subtle, charming display atop the dazzling foliage of this outstanding perennial.
Heuchera is happiest...