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Leaves with huge cinnamon stars are surrounded by the loveliest intense orange tea coloured borders. The big, palmate cut leaves darken in the summer and lighten up again in the autumn. Its H. villosa origins give it a big bold habit and summer heat tolerance.
This is a fantastic sport from 'Obsidian' - with dark foliage flecked irregularly with rose-pink tints. The flecks brighten as the season progresses until they become almost cream in colour.
Crowned as the RHS Chelsea Flower Shows Plant of the Year 2012. The blend of peach, pink and mauve shades gives the flowers a tropical appearance.
A great garden performing amber coloured Heuchera. Spring foliage is more purple and summer becomes more red.
A traditional tall hardy Verbena which sways in the breeze and seems to keep on flowering.