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What is a Heuchera?
(pronounced HUE-kerr-uh)

Heuchera is a genus of about 55 species of evergreen and semi-evergreen perennials from woodland and rocky sites in North America, particularly the Rocky Mountains, and a few species from Mexico.

Very attractive to bees, hardy and easy to grow. There should be room for a Heuchera in your garden somewhere. The dark leaved verities are happy in full sun and will shine for you there, while the lighter coloured leaved varieties especially the Lime coloured leaves are perfect to brightening up those shady areas, too much sun for these and their leaves will scorch.

Heuchera are generally grown for the attractive foliage, but the flowers add to the interest over the late spring and summer - and are useful for cutting.

If you thought Hostas ruled the shadey garden, well...... they might just have been dethroned. 

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  • Heuchera Fire Chief

    Red wine leaves that turn a deeper brown shade during the winter. It has pink & white flowers on red stems from May-September. Height 25 cm Spread 30cm

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