Stunning silky black foliage, Heuchera ‘Obsidian’ creates a neat clump that looks darkly impressive all year. Creamy spires of choral bells emerging from smokey purple buds in early summer, but the black foliage really is the joy. Wonderful against silver or golden foliage.
Growing: Heuchera ‘Obsidian’
– Height with flowers: 45cm approx.
– Width: 40cm approx.
– Position: Preferably Dappled Sunlight through trees and shrubs but will tolerate more Sun exposure in cooler regions.
– Soil: Well drained yet moist but will tolerate a range of soil conditions.
– Fragrance: No fragrance, however it’s lush colourful foliage show makes up for this.
– Frost: Hardy
– Growth: Perennial
– Attracts: Native bees and also other beneficial pollinators are attracted it’s tiny blooms.
– Care: Easy to grow plant as well as low maintenance. A tidy up of old dead leaves and flower stems is all that is really needed. However every couple of years it is ideal to divide the plant. Additionally you can just bury the whole plant deeper in the spot it is already growing and it will sprout roots higher up its stems.
– Deer & Rabbit resistant: Not first choice for these pests but unfortunately nibbling pests might give them a nibble when there is nothing else available, like in the dead of winter.
– Origin: Native to North America.