�Pinot Noir� is a compact, vigorous, clump-forming coral bells cultivar. Early spring leaves emerge deep black-purple. As the leaves mature, they develop a strong silvery overlay accentuated by dark black leaf veins. The lobed, rounded leaves form a basal mound to 8-10� tall and to 14� wide. Tiny white flowers appear in spires in summer (later than most heucheras) on slender stems rising above the foliage mound to 15-18� tall.