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Welcome to the Heuchera Forum!

We're happy to have you here and hope you join in the discussions. Please feel free to ask any questions, post your pictures, and share your experiences - good or bad.

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Coral Bells database:

Talking about Island alumroot (Heuchera maxima), Marilyn wrote:

Heuchera maxima is native to the California Channel Islands.

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Talking about Coralbells (Heuchera hirsutissima 'Santa Rosa'), Marilyn wrote:

Heuchera hirsutissima 'Santa Rosa' is native to the southern California mountains.

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Talking about Coral Bells (Heuchera 'Amethyst Myst'), RoseBlush1 wrote:

I am amazed at the variation in the color of the foliage on each leaf on the plant in my dry climate.

This is a plant that is for the back of the bed in my climate as it is not a small plant.


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Talking about Coral Bells (Heuchera 'Mocha'), NHJenDion wrote:

Photos do not do this plant justice. It's much nicer than normally shown, as Goldfinch4 noted - it has interesting coloration to the individual leaves. Mine grows well in rich/humusy soil with supplemental watering (but not irrigated) and mid-day sun in zn 5.

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Talking about Coral Bells (Heuchera Dolce® Key Lime Pie), NHJenDion wrote:

This variety is one of my favorites. It brightens up any shady area like a ray of sunshine. Petite size works well towards the front of the border. Moderate to fast grower for me in zn 5 - rich/humusy soil with supplemental watering (not irrigated). Easy divider. I have only grown this plant in nearly to full shade, because the coloration lends itself so well as a beacon of light, so I can't say how it would perform with more sun.

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