Heuchera and Tiarella hybrid with the parentage of Heuchera villosa. Bold structure, large deeply cut leaves of apricot-orange that change with cooler weather to dark cinnamon color.
20" tall x 28' wide mounds of partially evergreen leaves (evergreen in mild areas). Small white flowers in early summer, but plants are more ornamental with the leaves. Somewhat groundcovering growth.
Half shade to light shade (dappled shade) are the best, average soil enriched with some organic matter, organic-rich soil, loam with average moisture. Profits from organic mulch.
Heucherella likes a bit more moisture than it's parent Heuchera, but don't plant in waterlogged soil.
Deer and rabbit resistant.
Hardy in zones 4 to 9 (heat zones 5 to 8).
Patented cultivar introduced by famous Terra Nova Nurseries under patent no.PP21296, unlicensed propagation is prohibited.
Best in woodland garden, woodland edges, half shade beds as filler or groundcover in small groups. Looks great in bigger containers and arranged pot plantings.
It's recommended to divided clumps after a few years of growing to refresh the growth and vigor.
Good companions are shade tolerant plants like Actaea, Aquilegia, Astilbe, Brunnera, Chrysogonum, Epimedium, Gillenia, Helleborus, Heuchera, Hosta, Phlox divaricata, Primula, shorter Thalictrum, Tricyrtis and especially combined with fine structure of grasses like Carex, a bit less with wider-leaved grasses like Hakonechloa. Goes well with spring ephemerals (Jeffersonia, Mertensia, Sanguinaria,Trillium, etc), spring bulbs and ferns.
Pot size : square 3.5" x 5" deep pot
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