Heuchera Plant

Heuchera Plant. Tiny white, pink or red flowers are a bonus in summer. Heucheras are popular border and container plants, grown for their colourful leaves.

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Mid march to april and mid september to october are the best times to plant heucheras. Heuchera have small bunches of flowers that grow on a long stalk, or thyrse. Our plants are selected by our experts & come with care guides specific to the plant.

The primary appeal of coral bells is its foliage.

There are many species and cultivars available. Mid march to april and mid september to october are the best times to plant heucheras. Heuchera make neat clumps with attractive deeply lobed foliage that comes in a variety of colours.

They are attractive to hummingbirds and are rarely troubled by deer.

Heucheras are popular border and container plants, grown for their colourful leaves. Coralbells and alumroot are primarily grown for their. These woodland plants have standout foliage in colors ranging from lime green to pinks and reds to deep purple.

Heuchera have small bunches of flowers that grow on a long stalk, or thyrse.

They are perennial, so live for many years, are easy to grow and need little maintenance. Heuchera, commonly known as coralbells or alumroot, is hardy from zones 4 to 9, depending on species and cultivar. Keep soil evenly moist but not soggy.

Heucheras are a favorite for shade gardens.

Due to its foliage forming polster, alumroot can also be used as ground cover or as an underplant for large trees. If you have heavy clay garden soil, amend it to improve the drainage before planting your new coral bells or plant them in a raised bed. Our plants are selected by our experts & come with care guides specific to the plant.

These flowers are delicate and colorful, but are not very flashy.

For convenience, we also include heucherella here (these plants are a cross between heuchera and tiarella). Most varieties are a deep purple or burgundy, but colors ranging from red to lime green are available too. Heuchera is not recommended for human or animal consumption.

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