The Alpine Heuchera (Heuchera glabra) is a flowering plant native to the mountainous regions of Europe, including the Alps. It is a small to medium-sized plant, growing to a height of about 30 cm. The leaves are typically rounded, with a waxy texture and a glossy green color. The flowers are small and white, and are typically borne in clusters on tall stems.
In terms of growing conditions, the Alpine Heuchera prefers moist, well-drained soils and partial to full shade. It is winter hardy, and can tolerate cold temperatures. To cultivate it successfully, gardeners may need to provide it with adequate moisture, especially during dry spells.
The Alpine Heuchera is not typically used as an edible plant, though the leaves and flowers may be eaten raw or cooked. The plant has some medicinal properties, and has been used in traditional herbal medicine to treat a variety of ailments. It is also valued for its attractive foliage, and is often used in gardens as an ornamental plant.