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(Alumroot, Velvet Night Alumroot)
Truly soft to the touch, the opulent foliage of Heuchera ‘Velvet Night’ adds a sensuous note to containers, beds and borders. Its dark, plum-colored leaves are highlighted with a silvery overlay and dark veining, and feature fuzzy, purple undersides. Small, white to pale-green, bell-shaped flowers create a delicate display atop thin, wiry stems in late spring to early summer.
Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a...
(Alumroot, Venus Alumroot)
So bright they seem to jump out of the garden, the large, lobed, silvery-white leaves of Heuchera ‘Venus’ are crisply veined in avocado-green. Delicate, white, bell-shaped flowers bloom atop thin, wiry stems in late spring to early summer.
Heuchera is happiest when grown in partial sun or bright filtered shade similar to that of a naturally open forest. In the South it requires protection from direct afternoon sun. Well-drained, neutral, organic-rich soil with average...
James H. Schutte
(Bressingham Hybrid Coralbells, Coralbells)
Heuchera ‘Bressingham Hybrids’ offer low, rounded mounds of marbled, silver and mint-green foliage which remain fresh and attractive throughout spring, summer and fall. Airy wands of tiny, tubular flowers in shades of red, pink and white appear in profusion from late spring through midsummer. The ‘Bressingham Hybrids’ are a seed-grown strain developed from the North American native Heuchera micrantha, an adaptable species hailing from the Pacific Northwest.
(Canyon Series Alumroot)
Originally developed by Dana Emery at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, Canyon Series alumroot was especially bred for compact habit and profuse blooms in all its cultivars. Although quietly attractive in their own right, the diminutive mounds of glossy, green foliage take second stage to the abundance of tiny, tubular, brightly-colored flowers which decorate the plants in late spring.
Alumroots in the Canyon Series need reasonably moist, fertile, well-drained soil and a site receiving partial...
James H. Schutte
(Coralbells, Dolce® Mocha Mint Coralbells)
Like antique silver, the foliage of this clumping perennial evokes its own unique elegance all year around. This is a contemporary Heuchera hybrid, the result of extensive breeding that utilizes a number of North American native species. The goal is a plant with the same beautiful flowers of its ancestors plus a vivid year around foliage color that makes it a real stand out in the garden. This is a small clump-forming perennial bearing large, flat rounded leaves in silver with high contrast...
(Harvest Heuchera, Heuchera)
The Harvest coralbells are compact, clump-forming perennials bred for their extremely showy, scalloped evergreen foliage. Cultivars in this series include Harvest Burgundy, which features metallic silver leaves with blue-green veins and burgundy undersides; Harvest Silver, with bluish-green silvery leaves with slate gray veins; and Harvest Lemon with yellowish green foliage. In the spring through fall, tiny tubular flowers rise on slender stems and often rebloom. The blooms attract hummingbirds and...