'Silver Lode' (PP #13,339) is a tall, graceful sibling of H. 'Silver
Habit - The foliage forms a loose mound
about 10" high X 18" wide. The erect flower stems reach about
Foliage - The
rounded and about 3.4" across. The upper side is matte silver marked
with darker veining. The underside is dark red-purple.
Flowers - White from dark pink buds and borne in narrow panicles on erect,
handsomely contrasting purple stems in late spring.
Special Features - Heucheras of this growth habit are used most
effectively in drifts of five or more plants far enough back in the
open garden not to look out of place when in bloom, but enough toward
the front that the foliage is easily visible.
Lode' is a
Bloom's Variety and receives their marketing promotion.