Heuchera


This brightly colored selection emerges in spring with showy rose pink foliage that forms a full mound and is topped with white flowers in early summer. Exhibits good heat and humidity tolerance, notable vigor, and fills out containers fully due to its H. villosa parentage. Nativar. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


Heavily ruffled, silky black leaves that beg to be touched make this distinctive selection stand out on retail benches and leap into shoppers' carts. It grows vigorously to form a full mound and is topped with pink flowers in early summer. More sun will draw out the deep coloring without inducing silvering. Nativar. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


Our top-selling Heuchera. Honey apricot, fuzzy, mid-sized leaves form a dense, robust mound which takes on salmon red tones in fall. Creamy white flowers. Exhibits exceptional heat and humidity tolerance, notable vigor, and fills out containers fully due to its strong H. villosa parentage. Breeder: Thierry and Sandrine Delabroye


This multiple award-winning Heuchera is a favorite of growers and gardeners. It emerges rosy peach in spring, develops a thin silver overlay in summer, then glows rosy purple in fall and winter. Exhibits good heat and humidity tolerance, notable vigor, and fills out containers fully due to its H. villosa parentage. Nativar. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


One of the most widely-grown Heuchera. Versatile in sun or shade, this selection forms a neat mound of silvery green leaves with green edges and pronounced burgundy veining in cool weather. Foliage takes on bright orange hues in fall. White flowers. Strong H. americana parentage. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries


Chartreuse sells! This vigorous, broadly mounded cultivar forms a dense crown that fills out containers fully. Smaller, ruffled, chartreuse leaves and a tighter habit give it a totally different look than 'Citronelle'; there is certainly room for both in the shade garden. Prefers more shade due to its light coloration. Nativar. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


This one of a kind, award-winning cultivar forms a rounded mound of glossy, black leaves with bold pink speckles which lighten as summer progresses. A sport of the ever-popular 'Obsidian' with the same longevity and bold presence in the landscape. H. villosa parentage makes it heat and humidity tolerant. Nativar. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


Often requested by name, this classic Heuchera bears broad, rounded leaves the color of black satin. It retains its dark coloration all year, even in full sun. It is known for its strong vigor and longevity in the landscape. H. villosa parentage makes it heat and humidity tolerant. Nativar. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


This popular Heuchera is eye-catching on the retail bench and in the garden with vibrant foliage that transitions through shades of peach, bright orange, red and plum through the seasons. ItÕs a vigorous, mid-sized cultivar that works well in container combinations. Dainty white flowers appear in early summer. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


A classic, tried and true, dark-leaved Heuchera. Plum purple leaves with a shimmering silver overlay form a dense mound topped with white flowers on purple stems. Exhibits good heat and humidity tolerance, notable vigor, and fills out containers fully due to its H. villosa parentage. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries


Forever Purple lives up to its name with its intense purple, glossy foliage that keeps its color 12 months of the year. Short spikes bearing purplish pink flowers appear over a period of several months. Exhibits good heat and humidity tolerance, notable vigor, and fills out containers fully due to its H. villosa parentage. Nativar. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


The reddest Heuchera yet to come from Terra Nova Nurseries. Large, glossy, somewhat ruffled leaves are brightest in spring and fall but maintain their strong red coloration all season. White flowers. Exhibits good heat and humidity tolerance, notable vigor, and fills out containers fully due to its H. villosa parentage. Nativar.


One of the most widely-grown Heuchera. This exceptionally cold hardy selection bears glossy, deep purple to bronze-green, maple-shaped leaves with pointed lobes. Best used in mass plantings or as edging along borders. White flowers.


Noted for their impressive cold hardiness due to their Canadian H. richardsonii lineage, Northern Exposure cultivars can tolerate extreme temperatures and have good longevity in the landscape. Northern Exposure Lime is a medium to large-sized plant with lime green, rounded leaves that form a broad mound and remain attractive all season. Soft red flowers appear in early summer. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


Noted for their impressive cold hardiness due to their Canadian H. richardsonii lineage, Northern Exposure cultivars can tolerate extreme temperatures and have good longevity in the landscape. Northern Exposure Purple is a medium to large-sized plant with leaves that emerge bright purple in spring, then transition to silver with deep purple veining. Soft pink flowers appear in early summer. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


Noted for their impressive cold hardiness due to their Canadian H. richardsonii lineage, Northern Exposure cultivars can tolerate extreme temperatures and have good longevity in the landscape. Northern Exposure Red is a medium to large-sized plant with deep red to burgundy, mounded foliage that remains attractive all season. Dainty, soft yellow flowers appear in early summer. Breeder: Terra Nova Nurseries.


Featuring extra-large, fuzzy, lime green leaves, this selection forms a billowy clump of near-evergreen foliage. Dense plumes of white flowers appear on tall stems late in the season. This species exhibits exceptional heat and humidity tolerance, notable vigor, and fills out containers fully. Introduced by: Bluemount Nurseries