Heuchera 'Northern Exposure™ Black' pp30583

Northern Exposure™ Series
Coral Bells

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A Terra Nova introduction: this series of Coral Bells are bred from a Canadian native species known for its cold hardiness and foliage that remains fresh and appealing all season long. Dense clumping habit with chocolate-black ruflled leaves and garnet-red undersides. Taller white flowers ascend on dark stems.


  •  · Colorful foliage from spring through fall
  •  · Deer resistant
  •  · Great for shady spaces
Recommended Substitution
Heuchera Obsidian

Heuchera 'Obsidian'

Coral Bells

The blackest heuchera yet! Shiny and rounded leaves are very dark purple almost black; sprays of tiny white flowers bloom in early summer. Great contrast and accent plant for the garden.

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Item # Pack Size Avail Units Avail Plants  
4531365
30 3" Plug SOLD OUT SOLD OUT Login for Pricing
4131367
72 72 Cell SOLD OUT SOLD OUT Login for Pricing

Height:

12-14 in

Spread:

23 in

Zone:

4-9

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Heuchera 'Northern Exposure™ Black'
Heuchera 'Northern Exposure™ Black'

Exposure

Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade
Shade Tolerant

Soil Moisture Needs

Average Soil

Nature Attraction

Attracts Hummingbirds
Songbirds

Critter Resistance

Deer Resistant

Attributes

Edging
Disease Resistant
Mass Plant
Border
Good Container Plant

Season of Interest (Flowering)

Late Spring / Early Summer
Summer

Season of Interest (Foliage)

Fall
Late Spring / Early Summer
Late Summer

Heuchera

Common Name: Coral Bells

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.

More About Northern Exposure™ Series Series

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, performed very well in our Minnesota trial garden.