One of the showiest and longest blooming of the native Heucheras! Forms an evergreen mound 12-15” high and 2’ wide of pretty scalloped leaves. From Spring into Summer, 2-3’ tall sprays of small, hummer-attracting, light pink flowers wave in the breeze high above the foliage. Despite its delicate appearance, this “Alum Root” is easy to grow and largely impervious to insects or disease! It’s also very drought tolerant once established and makes an excellent choice for those difficult low-water, low-light locations – including under oak trees. Gorgeous planted en masse as a long-blooming, evergreen groundcover. It’s not picky about soil. Also does well as a container specimen.