Obsidian Heuchera Plant

The 'Obsidian' Heuchera Plant has been named after the obsidian rock, the result of volcanic lava cooling rapidly without crystalization, which creates a smooth black glass-like rock that can appear purple in bright sunlight. The foliage of this Coral Bells is the closest to black of any Heuchera with the edges and surface appearing to be polished smooth. Even the royal purple undersides of each leaf are shiny! Each 3-inch pot contains one Obsidian Heuchera plant. Sold out for the 2015 season. More details...
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Product Details

Obsidian Heuchera Plant Care and Growing Information

  • Mature Height: 9-12 inches
  • Mature Spread: 12-16 inches
  • Exposure: Full Sun - Full Shade
  • Flowering Time: Late Spring - Early Summer
  • Soil Moisture: Average - Moist
  • Soil Type: Well Drained
  • Perennial in Zones 3-8  
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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"

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"

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.