The name of this variety comes from the lovely silvering effect of the leaves which draw appealing contrast between its deep burgundy veins. The leaves of this heuchera are more petite than others, yet no less brilliant. They can live in all levels of sunlight so both shady and sun-drenched gardens can sport this attractive plant. Adding to its handsome understated appearance are short bursts of small pink blossoms that last from spring until fall which bring in butterflies and hummingbirds.This heuchera is quite drought tolerant and even prefers drier soil over wet soil and is therefore a great addition to Southern gardens. Zones 4-9.