O NCE, THE ONLY routinely grown ornamental member of the heucheras—some 55 species of North American evergreen and semievergreen perennials—was coral bells (Heuchera sanguinea), a native of the Southwest.
F ew perennials have exploded onto the scene quite like coral bells, or Heuchera . Since the early 1990s, an astounding number of cultivars have been introduced to gardens around the world.
Heuchera 'Smokey Rose' Heuchera The genus Heuchera, also known as Alum-root, is a member of the Saxifrage Family (Saxifragaceae). This perennial herb occurs naturally at high altitudes between 5,000 and 11,000 feet growing in rock crevices or on rocky slopes usually in partial shade.
Cultivar Description Price Heuchera 'Amethyst Myst' A totally new shade of purple compared to other heucheras. This selection has blackish-purple leaves with a silvery-blue overlay and extensive black veining.
GARDENER'S NOTES Rev:3/09RL Heuchera Villosa Type GENERAL DESCRIPTION Robust and heat loving, this collection, bred with H. villosa in the lineage, includes some fantastic Coral Bells in a wide range of foliage colors.
The Perennial Farm, 12017 Glen Arm Road, Glen Arm, Maryland 21057; Phone: 410-592-6106; Fax: 410-592-8338 www.whatsnative. com Heuchera americana 'Dale's Strain' North American Native Cultivar Heuchera ( hew -ker-a) Named after Heinrich von Heucher (1677-1747), a German botanist. americana (a-me ...
Heuchera grossulariifolia var. tenuifolia gooseberry-leaved alumroot Known distribution of Heuchera grossulariifolia var. tenuifolia in Washington ©1961 University of Washington Press.
Heuchera - Kira™ - Culture Description FAMILY: Saxifragaceae GENUS: hybrida ORIGIN: North America SEASON: All year round, most attractive in the spring USDA HARDINESS: 4-9 ROOTING: 3-4 weeks at temperatures of 64-75 ℉ (18-24 ℃
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . Heuchera : Heucherella . 1Amber Waves > 5 € 1Alabama Sunrise > 5 € 2Amethyst Mist > 5 € 2Brass Lantern > 5 €
HEUCHERA The perennial, Heuchera, also known as coral bells, has many species. The foliage is the main attraction. The roundish leaves with scalloped edges may be plain green, green with white