Heucherella is a hybrid between Heuchera and Tiarella. From Heuchera they get their various leaf colors and textures and from Tiarella they get the deep leaf lobe and center leaf blotches. They are a sterile hybrid which means they have a longer bloom time than their parents. They do prefer filtered sun to full shade for best color, though will tolerate full sun.
'Catching Fire' very striking lime green foliage with cherry to burgundy center markings, with creamy flowers appearing in early summer. Gets to be 8-10" tall and 16-20" wide.
'Fun and Games Eye Spy' most Heucherella are grown for their foliage, but this one boasts a very spectacular bloom with bubblegum pink flowers appearing in spring and lasting for many weeks. It also has striking foliage that emerges yellow and will change to a more lime green as the heat increases with burgundy center blotching.
'Pink Fizz' soft green, deeply lobed leaves have a wine red to purple veining. From early to mid summer, pure pink flowers open from hot pink buds and are held above the foliage. Gets to be 8" tall by 18" wide.
'Pumpkin Spice' fall color for spring! These bronze-red leaves emerge in spring and hold their bright color into the summer. Creamy white flowers appear in early summer. Gets to be 8-10" tall and 20" wide.
Photo courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc