Dense mounds of round, mottled foliage are the main feature. Foliage can remain green through winter. Slender flower stalks bear many pea-sized, cream-colored flowers April-June. A similar species, Heuchera richardsonii, can tolerate somewhat dryer conditions in full sun.
Header Photo: Mervin Wallace
Alumroot; Coral Bells
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