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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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