x Heucherella ‘Kimono’
These hybrids combine the flowering habit of coral bells (Heuchera) with the heart-shaped leaves of foamflower (Tiarella cordifolia). Most produce foliage clumps to 4–6 in. high and about 1 ft. wide; leaves are deeply lobed and up to 4 in. across. Late spring or summer blooms of pink or white are held on thin stalks 1–2 ft. high, creating a candlelike effect. Excellent choice for shaded rock gardens or as a woodland groundcover. Require rich, well-drained soil.x Heucherella ‘Kimono’
Deeply lobed leaves patterned green and silver with purple veins and a dark central stripe; flowers are tawny white and not showy. Clumps reach 1 ft. high and at least twice as wide.
Pinkish purple flowers are held on weeping, contorted branches; best with afternoon shade.
Grows to 2 ft. high, spreading by underground runners. Elliptical to ovate, dark green leaves. Loose c...
Native to Armenia and the Caucasus. May be a form o fN. racemosa. Makes a thick, low mound to...