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Obsidian Heuchera (Live Plant) 1-Gallon Pot

Obsidian Heuchera (Live Plant) 1-Gallon Pot
Obsidian Heuchera (Live Plant) 1-Gallon Pot
SKU: FP-HH-OBS-MC-g
Obsidian has very dark purple, almost black foliage! One of the darkest foliage cultivars available, the smooth, shiny, rounded foliage forms nice compact mounds and gives way to small creamy-white flowers that bloom on wiry scapes in late spring and early summer. A wonderful plant to use as an accent or against lighter colored foliage plants in the garden in order to best appreciate its intense blackish hue. Because it is grown in a larger container, it will make an immediate impact.
10" H x 15" W, Zone 4-9, Sun/Pt.Shade
Each 1-gallon pot contains 1 plant
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Price: $22.40
Product Details

Obsidian Heuchera Plant Care and Growing Information

  • Mature Height: 10 inches
  • Mature Spread: 12-15 inches
  • Exposure: Full Sun - Full Shade
  • Flowering Time: Early-Mid Season
  • Soil Condition: Moist
  • Habit: Mounded
  • Pot Size: 7.5inches round x 7.5 inches deep
  • Perennial in Zones 4-9
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Special Uses: Attracts Birds and Butterflies, Deer resistant


All of our 'Obsidian' Heuchera Plants are grown and shipped in fine quality growing medium and are guaranteed to arrive alive and ready to thrive.

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VERY dark purple, so it IS almost black

"VERY dark purple, so it IS almost black"

Keith D. on 8/25/2014 2:25:53 PM

Comment: This plant came in a small pot, but was very healthy. The packaging was excellent! After transplanting to a larger pot, this Obsidian Heuchera quickly grew to fill out the larger pot. It was a VERY dark purple color when it arrived. It's now planted in the garden, so I'll have to see how it's color changes when it's exposed to more sunlight.

Obsidian Heuchera

"Obsidian Heuchera"

Audrey M on 7/5/2012 3:22:03 PM

Comment: The plants arrived in such nice, healthy shape and now growing so well in their new home, my flowerbed.