Dusky and mysterious, the ‘Cracked Ice’ Heucherella may just be the perennial that you didn’t know you needed. Like a fractured ice block, this Foamy Bell has layers of intricate coloration and markings that are unlike almost any other plant you might find in your landscape. An unusual hint of blue-green hides under the dark veining and the maple-like leaves are frosted in shades of silvery-pink in the cooler temperatures of spring and fall.
The ‘Cracked Ice’ Heucherella forms a compact mound about 7” tall and 15” wide with short spikes of white flowers in spring and summer which are the perfect contrast to its dark foliage.
If you needed another reason to pick one up today, the ‘Cracked Ice’ Heucherella is disease and pest resistant, with impressive heat tolerance. Plant this beauty to see it return even better, year after year.
This plant will thrive in USDA Zones 4-9
Plant in Part Shade to Shade for best results. (We tend to recommend more on the part shade unless you are in cooler zones Ex: 4-6)
Water 3-4 times per week during the first growing season. In the second growing season, provide supplementary water in times of extreme heat and drought.
The ‘Cracked Ice’ Heucherella prefers garden soil with good drainage for best results.
Perennials rarely need supplemental fertilizer, however, 3-4 inches of compost around the plant yearly provides nutrients to keep the plant happy and healthy.
For solid mass plantings space these Heucherellas 6-10 inches apart. For individual perennial plantings plant 14+ inches apart