Posts Tagged ‘Heuchera’

Heucherella ‘Buttered Rum’

Heucherella ‘Buttered Rum’

New Perennial Plants for 2013HeucherellaButtered Rum‘. This plant not only stood out with fabulous color during my summer trials but it also is amazing in my fall/winter garden. Heucherella give a great variation of color from spring through fall. They are a semi evergreen perennial which means they will give your garden in all season. Heucherella ‘Buttered Rum’ is a heat and humidity tolerant variety that does well in not only northern climates but also in the south. This is a stunning Heucherella to add to your part shade garden.

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Heuchera ‘Southern Comfort’

Heuchera Southern Comfort

Heuchera Southern Comfort

(Coral Bells) Heuchera ‘Southern Comfort‘ brings out the warm feelings you experience when you head south. The beautiful array of colors that change from cinnamon peach to burnished copper to amber leave you breathless when you see this beauty. The large mounding foliage make ‘Southern Comfort‘ a must have Heuchera for your part shade gardens.  Heucheras are deer resistant and attract the butterflies and hummingbirds that you desire.

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Heuchera ‘Paris’ PP18,881

Heuchera 'Paris'

Heuchera ‘Paris’ has got to be one of my most favorite Heuchera. I love the fact that the bright red flowers bloom almost all summer long. Heuchera are known for their great foliage colors, but most have insignificant flowers( in my opinion). ‘Paris’ will not disappoint in either of these categories!- Heidi

(Coral Bells) Heuchera ‘Paris‘ PP18,881 is a free-flowering cousin to ‘Hollywood’ PP17,129 with striking, medium size white-veiled leaves that give rise to columns of large, deep rose colored flowers. An excellent repeat bloomer which makes ‘Paris’ PP18,881 great in containers and in the border. Hummingbirds and butterflies will love the bright color!

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Heuchera ‘Miracle’

Heuchera 'Miracle' Photo Property of Garden Crossings

(Coral Bells) Heuchera ‘Miracle‘ is a hot new variety that truly is a miracle in Heuchera breeding! The plant goes through several changes in leaf coloration throughout the seasons. In the spring, the young foliage is chartreuse with a heavy smattering of reddish purple in the center. As the foliage matures, it turns brick red with a bright chartreuse to gold edge and silvered undersides. Try planting near a walkway or in a container where passerby’s can enjoy its beauty up close. Heuchera ‘Miracle‘ is a very good grower that is tolerant of high heat and humidity!

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Clematis Hyde Hall™ ‘Evipo 009’

(Clematis) ClematisHyde Hall’ is a compact clematis is ideal for growing in patio planters. It’s flowers are off-white with sometimes green or pink tinges to the petals and they are 5-7″ in diameter. Hyde Hall blooms on the previous season’s stems from May to June.

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