Heucherella ‘Infinity’ PPAF

Blooms from May to October!

Common Name Infinity foamy bells
Size 18-24" by 24-36"
USDA hardiness Zones 5-9
Sun / Shade Part sun-prefers afternoon shade
Soil Average garden soil
Moisture Moist, but well-drained
Disease and Pests None known
Landscape use Foundation plantings, mass plantings, commercial landscapes, front or middle of the border, urban gardens, containers
Market appeal / Uniqueness Large, dark, chocolate colored, velvety leaves work together to form a mounding, bushy perennial that makes a statement in any garden. Creamy pink buds open to cream colored flowers on two foot spikes that bloom continuously from the end of May to late September. It blooms to Infinity!
Propagation Methods tissue culture, vegetative cuttings
Bloom Time May-October

Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:

This new foamy bell – a hybrid of a coral bell ( Heuchera sp. ) and a foam flower (Tiarella sp.) is sure to please even the most discerning gardener. From the breeding program at Ab-Cultivars in the Netherlands, we bring you this amazing new heucherella that blooms to infinity and beyond.

Infinity has large, dark, chocolate colored, velvety leaves that work together to form a mounding, bushy perennial, making a statement in any garden. The deeply lobed, matte finished leaves look as if they’ve been covered in dark chocolate cocoa powder. Creamy pink buds open to cream colored flowers on two foot spikes that bloom continuously from the end of May to late September/early October.