• Overview
    Light Needs:
    Partial shade to full sun
    Watering Needs:
    Keep moist, but not too wet. Good drainage is imperative.
    Average Landscape Size:
    Reaches 12 inches tall and 28 inches wide.
    Key Feature:
    Dramatic Foliage Color
  • Detail
    Botanical Pronunciation:hew-ker-REL-uh
    Plant type:Perennial
    Growth habit:Rounded
    Growth rate:Moderate
    Average landscape size:Reaches 12 inches tall and 28 inches wide.
    Foliage color:Multicolored
    Flower color:White
    Flower attributesShowy Flowers
  • Care
    Care Information
    Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Mulch with compost. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring.
    Light Needs:
    <strong>Partial Sun / Partial Shade</strong>: These two terms are often used interchangeably to mean 3-6 (or 4-6) hours of sunlight each day. However, there is a difference.
<strong>Partial shade</strong> typically means the plants will appreciate a more gentle exposure such as the weaker morning or early afternoon sun, with the emphasis on providing the minimum needed shade and sheltering from intense late afternoon sun. <strong>Partial sun</strong> typically means the plants <u>need</u> some direct sun, so the emphasis is on meeting the required minimum hours of sunlight, with filtered sunlight or shade the balance of the day.
Both are best with shelter from the harshest late afternoon sun. This shade could be provided by a structure, a wall, larger plants or  tree(s).
    Partial shade to full sun
    Watering Needs:
    Water needs: Moderate
    Keep moist, but not too wet. Good drainage is imperative.
  • History & Lore
    Heucherella is a hybrid genus produced from a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella. This selection is a H. villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States.