Heuchera Coralberry
Alumroot

Heuchera Coralberry

£12.00

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Features

notes
With attractive, deeply lobed, pinky red leaves, Heuchera Coralberry is a clump forming perennial, ideal as ground cover or planted against vivid, lime-coloured Hostas and Ferns. In summer, it bears delicate white flowers on slender stems, which, when cut, add a pretty lacy detail to flower arrangements; or left in situ they draw native pollinators to the garden. 
Insights

Heuchera is native to North America, where it is given the common name ‘alumroot’. It is named after an 18th-century professor at Wittenberg University, Joahann Heinrich von Heucher. 

Details

Flowers: June - August

Planting
  • Well drained soil 
  • East, South or West aspects
  • Full sun or partial sunlight
  • Sheltered
Care
  • Remove damaged foliage in the autumn
  • Does not like dry soil