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Heuchera villosa Autumn Bride

Autumn Bride Coral Bells

  • »  Native plant
  • »  Large, chartreuse to lime-green foliage
  • »  Forms a large yet neat mound
  • »  White flowers bloom in September

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The native plant enthusiast in you will love this for its size and flowering uniqueness in the Heuchera world. The first thing that will jump out at you is the foliage, emerging from the ground in early spring with big, trident-like lime green to chartreuse leaves that are up to 50% larger than most selections. Big foliage makes for a big profile in the garden an impressively large yet neat mound that towers over it Heuchera neighbors. Finally, its unique bloom time, form and showiness will astound you with spikes forming in late July and rising above the foliage to erupt in plumes of pure white bloom in September, far later than most Heuchera. Native insects will love the flowers, landscape critters the cover and you'll love the fact it grows in any semi to full shade location

Attributes
Native
Foliage Color
Chartreuse
Green
Flower Color
White
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Fall
Exposure
Partial Shade
Full Shade