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Heuchera 'Northern Exposure™ Black' pp30583
Heuchera 'Northern Exposureâ„¢ Black'


A Terra Nova introduction: this series of Coral Bells are bred from a Canadian native species known for its cold hardiness and clean foliage, all season long. Dense clumping habit with chocolate-black ruffled leaves and garnet-red undersides. Taller white flowers ascend on dark stems. Protect from harsh sun to prevent leaf scorch.

  • · Colorful foliage from spring through fall
  • · Deer resistant
  • · Great for shady spaces
Heuchera are clumping perennials with very colorful foliage and exquisite spikes of small bell-shaped flowers. Recent breeding efforts have added many new color variations to this genus. All grow well in partial shade and well-drained soil. They tolerate more sun with sufficient moisture. Plants bloom early to mid-summer.

Uses: Edging, disease resistant, mass plant, border, good container plant
Morning sun/afternoon shade. Shade tolerant.
Plant in average soil
Height: 12 " - 14"
Plant: 23" apart
Flowers late spring - early summer
Foliage interest: late spring - fall
Growability: easy

Suitable for containers, Shade tolerant, Deer resistant, attracts songbirds and hummingbirds.


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