Solar Eclipse Heucherella is an unusual hybrid plant that is part heuchera and part tiarella. The leaves are small, with bronze center and a yellow-green margin. In late spring, the plant produces tall spikes of white flowers. Solar Eclipse Heucherella is a shade-loving plant, and it will thrive in a woodland garden or as an under planting for trees and shrubs. This hardy plant is easy to care for and it is resistant to deer and rabbits. Solar Eclipse Heucherella makes an excellent addition to any shady garden.
Heucherella plants are a delightful beauty. Their foliages all have very nice colors to them and make them perfect for any spot. Heucherella plants are also called Foam Bells. Their precious blooms bloom all summer long. These beautiful plants look well with a variety of other plants, including ornamental grasses and other low-growing plants. Their blooms attract hummingbirds so leave the blooms instead of cutting them off for an additional pleasure. These plants are great in containers, flower beds, and pots.
Blooms/Foliage: In its foliage, Heucherella plants leaves can vary. The vast variations sport fringed or round leaves. When the blooms of this plant appear they show bell-shaped flowers with creamy colors.
Exposure: This perennial plant needs partial to full sunlight in cooler climates and shade to part sunlight in warm climates. Too much sun during high heat periods of the day can cause the plants color to fade and leaves to scorch.