Heuchera richardsonii

Heuchera richardsonii


Prairie Alumroot Category:


Soil: Mesi (Medium) to Xeric (Dry)
Sun: Full to part
Height: 2′-3′
Color: Greenish
Bloom: May-June
Flowers: Flower stalks of interest.
Leaves: Bold  green foliage with reddish orange fall color

Suggested Uses:

Nice along borders! Wonderful bold foliage with a showy red to orange fall color. Leaves are semi-evergreen. Makes a nice ground cover. Makes an interesting cut flower, as well.  This plant is excellent for use on an upland prairie and shoreline restoration project! Does very well on dry, sandy and gravelly soils and is attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies!

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More Information:
Other Names: Richardson’s Alumroot

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

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