Heuchera in the wild are little understory plants that live beside small streams where the air is moist and cool. A long way from these small, green plants are the wild colours of today’s Heuchera, or coralbells. From chartreuse to almost black these leaves add dramatic colour to the landscape. They are happiest with some relief from the blazing August sun and ample moisture, but many of the sturdier cultivars will tolerate much more challenging sites. Generally pest and disease free. 'Obsidian' has shiny, broad smooth rounded black-purple leaves. Holds colour well all season. Creamy white flowers in late spring. Part sun.
Bloom time June-July
Hardiness Zone 4
Please note: This picture shows what the plant may look like when more mature. At this time our plants may not look like this.