Kassandra' is a vigorous, clump-forming, semi-evergreen to evergreen perennial bearing lobed, rounded leaves, orange, yellow, and bronze in spring, turning reddish-pink to maroon in summer. Slender, wiry stems bearing open panicles of white flowers in late spring and early summer. This one has a lot of interesting leaf changes throughout the growing season. It emerges caramel to orange in the spring and is maroon to reddish pink by the end of the season. Heuchera plants form round mounds with a woody rootstock or crown at their base. Small bell-shaped flowers appear in spring or early summer on tall stems. Rich in nectar, the flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies, plus they make nice cut flowers. Their leaves are rounded, lobed, hairy, and evergreen or semi-evergreen, depending on the climate. Besides traditional green-leaved coral bells, new varieties of heuchera have leaves in shades of purple, rose, lime green, gold, and variegations in between. Heuchera are native North American plants that are at home in woodlands, rock gardens, containers, and borders. They can also be used as ground covers.