A durable plant for sun or shade, this new Heucherella forms a full clump of large, deeply lobed, soft green leaves with a light silvering and heavy wine red to deep purple veining. It keeps its cool coloring and maintains its tight habit all season.
From early through midsummer, pure pink flowers burst open from hot pink buds on scapes that bubble up above the leaves like strawberry soda pop. The flowers are closely spaced on the wands, giving a strong show of color just above the foliage.
Heucherella is a hybrid genus produced from a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella. From Heuchera they gain the many different foliage colors and textures, while Tiarella add deeper leaf lobes and serration, as well as their signature central leaf blotching. Heucherella are sterile hybrids, and so typically have longer bloom seasons than either of their parents.