Heucherella are a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella that take the best characteristics of both and display them to their very best. The foliage colour comes from the Heuchera parentage, while the unusual decorative foliage shape derives from the Tiarella parentage. Truly the best of both worlds.
As with Heuchera the flowers are held above the colourful foliage on delicate papery stems.
- Hopscotch has bronze-red leaves with dark red veins.
- Alabama Sunrise is a corker of a plant with deeply cut foliage of bright gold with red veins
- Kimono is a hardy, clump forming Heucherella with large silvery-green leaves with purple-black veining
- Tapestry has lovely blue-green foliage that takes on a darker green in the autumn. The leaves have purple veins with a hint of silver
|Heucherella Hopscotch||Heucherella Alabama Sunrise|
|Heucherella Kimono||Heucherella Tapestry|