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Heuchera hybrids

Heuchera micrantha ‘Palace Purple’ has dark reddish-purple foliage with small white flowers atop tall spires from late spring to July. An excellent plant for contrasting foliages. 1991 Plant of the Year! Plants grow 18-20″ tall and wide in ideal conditions. Most vigorous and easy to grow in with afternoon shade.

Heuchera sanguinea ‘Firefly has round, green foliage is topped with 24″ stems carrying clusters of small, airy, scarlet blooms.

Heuchera ‘Green Spice’ has very hardy and vigorous with large dark green leaves heavily veined with dark purple lines and overlaid with silver frost. White flower sprays. One of our favorites, plants grow 10-12″.

Heuchera ‘Caramel’ has dorgeous caramel-colored foliage grows up to 15″ high and 18″ wide and thrives on summer heat and humidity. Once established, it will also grow in dry shade. Rarely flowers.

Heuchera ‘Obsidian’ is the blackest Heuchera you can get, with sprays of white flowers in early summer. Plants grow 10-12″.

Heuchera ‘Carnival Silver Streak’ is very hardy and vigorous with large dark burgundy leaves veiled in silver. White flower sprays.

Heuchera ‘Stainless Steel’ is a shimmering color contrast shade perennial with luminous foliage in glistening silver. Light purple veining and eggplant purple undersides. Foliage matures to pale seafoam green with a subtle purple patina. Pink buds open to reveal white flowers.

NEW! Heuchera ‘Lava Lamp’ forms a large, billowy mass of very large, coppery purple leaves with deep purple undersides. Newest foliage emerges bright copper orange, deepening to coppery purple over time. Large, flat, rounded leaves are not deeply dissected. Deep purple scapes carry plump wands of closely spaced cream flowers in early summer. This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid, a large, late blooming type with better heat and humidity tolerance. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States.