heuchera cajun fire
cajun fire flowering
White flowers from May to September.

Heuchera 'Cajun Fire'

Looking for something in red, this drought tolerant variety can be placed in full sun or partial shade. 'Cajun Fire' is a Heuchera with red leaves that change colour with the seasons. In spring when it is in growth the foliage is red and as summer progresses turn dark maroon to almost black and back to maroon in autumn.

Like most Coral Bells this is mound forming with white flowers on short stems over red to dark red foliage depending on the season. As the name suggests it can take the heat and prefers it on the dry side.

This would look great planted with other bright green contrasting foliage Heuchera plants or to complement other more variegated red or varieties with other shades of red.