Glowing lime green and chartreuse, the leaves of this heuchera make it a brilliant choice to brighten up a shady corner of a terrace or herbaceous flower bed. Not only wonderfully bright, the leaves are also attractively shaped – rounded and shallowly lobed – giving depth to the colour. These Heucheras are also compact and grow in restrained clumps, which are semi-evergreen in a mild winter. Brighter varieties usually dislike full sunshine; however, apart from mid-day sun, H. Lime Marmalade is sun-tolerant, which makes it a good option for planting in containers. Its distinct shape and colour soften hard-edged lines and flat colours.
The white flowers are a delicate but integral part of H. Lime Marmalade’s attraction. Tiny tubular blooms hang in panicles above the leaves. Cut, they add pretty lacy detail to flower arrangements; left in situ they draw native pollinators to the garden.
Pot Size: 3L
: Cral Bells, Alum Root
Hardiness: Fully hardy
Height and Spread: 15cm x 15cm
Preferred Soil Type: Moist soil
Position: Partial shade, shade
Flowering Period: Summer