HEUCHERA

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  • Amber Waves Heuchera

    (Coral Bells) Warm amber-gold, ruffled leaves form a neat mound. Deep rose flower stalks bear pinkish-peach buds and cream flowers. Multiple award winner. A popular selection.

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  • Blackberry Ice Heuchera

    This vigorous grower forms a robust clump of remarkably iridescent purple leaves with black veining. Foliage develops a luminescent pewter overlay in summer. Produces cream flowers on reddish scapes without vernalization. 10-12″/20-26″

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  • Blue Stocking Heuchera

    (Bee Balm) Violet-purple flowers appear in tight clusters on stocky, square stems. Exhibits greater heat and drought tolerance than other monardas. The aromatic foliage smells like mint when crushed. Tends to self-seed.

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  • Cinnamon Curls Heuchera

    This classy selection forms a tidy, compact mound of glossy, ruffled leaves in a blend of coppery orange, red, and purple tones. Spring color is fiery orange-red. Grown for its beautiful foliage; insignificant flowers. 8-12″/18″

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  • Colrain Red Heuchera

    (Bee Balm) Bright red florets with a touch of yellow. Demonstrates a high resistance to mildew. Selected from the Chicago Botanic Garden’s Plant Evaluation Program as an outstanding perennial for Midwest gardens.

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  • Green Spice Heuchera

    (Coral Bells) This selection sports broad, green leaves with a silvery overlay, darker green edges, and beet-red veination. These colors are strongest during the cooler months. The foliage turns brilliant shades of red and orange in the fall. Tiny cream flowers on tall scapes.

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  • Jade Gloss Heuchera

    (Coral Bells) Glossy silver leaves with dark green veining and royal purple undersides. In bright sun, the leaves take on red tones. Keeps its color through the winter. Showy pale pink flowers. A Primrose Path introduction.

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  • Pear Crisp Heuchera

    Distinctive, finely dissected leaves with crisp, pointy edges and a smaller habit sets this variety apart from "Lime Marmalade’. Chartreuse foliage is more yellow when planted in morning sun. Protect from afternoon sun. Ivory flowers. 7″/13″

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  • Ruby Bells Heuchera

    (Coral Bells) A myriad of relatively large, intense blood-red flowers are held in well-branched panicles and persist for 4-8 weeks. They have a subtle, sweet fragrance and make a bold statement in the garden. Forms a compact mound of green foliage.

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