Fire Frost Heucherella

Heucherella x 'Fire Frost' PP #25,737

Deeply cut, lime-yellow leaves with red centers are the perfect accent for containers or shady borders. Petite sprays of white flowers emerge above the compact, mounding foliage in summer. A vigorous heat and humidity tolerant perennial for garden or patio.
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Full shade

Water regularly - weekly, or more often in extreme heat or containers.


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Average Size at MaturityQuickly reaches 10 in. tall, 18 in. wide.
Bloom TimeSummer
Deciduous/ EvergreenHerbaceous
Flower AttributeShowy Flowers
Flower ColorWhite
Foliage ColorMulticolored
Garden StyleContemporary, Cottage, Rustic
Growth HabitCompact, Mounding
Growth RateFast
Landscape UseBorder, Container, Erosion Control, Firescaping/Fire Wise, Mass Planting, Rock Garden, Woodland Garden, Edging, Ground Cover
Light NeedsFull shade
Patent ActAsexual reproduction of plants protected by the Plant Patent Act is prohibited during the life of the patent.
Special FeatureDramatic Foliage Color, Easy Care, Extreme Cold Hardiness, Shade Loving
Water NeedsModerate
Watering NeedsWater regularly - weekly, or more often in extreme heat or containers.
Companion PlantsLenten Rose (Helleborus); Hosta (Hosta); Painted Fern (Athyrium); Astilbe (Astilbe); Ligularia (Ligularia)

Provide well-drained soil. Avoid burying the crown when planting. Water deeply and regularly the first season to establish root system; less often once established. Take care not to overwater in winter. Feed throughout growing season. Prefers more shade in hot-summer areas. Remove old, faded foliage in early spring.

This Plant's Growing Zones: 4-9

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