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- n. Any of the genus Heuchera of herbaceous perennial plants.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A genus of North American herbs with basal cordate or orbicular leaves and small panicled flowers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A genus of polypetalous dicotyledonous plants, belonging to the natural order Saxafragaceæ, tribe Saxafrageæ, and the type of Bartling's tribe Heuchereæ.
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- n. genus of North American herbs with basal cordate or orbicular leaves and small panicled flowers
Coral bells also known as heuchera is one of my all time favorite container plants.
They really echoed the maroons from the leaves of the tree with the foliage of the heuchera and physocarpus (not to mention the birdbath).
March 31, 2010 at 9: 42 pm just a guess but heuchera … (one of my favorites) maybe citronelle
Here's a native blue carex, a 'Burgundy Lace' fern, and a 'Dolce Licorice' heuchera.
Many of these plants are repeated in her own yard such as coral bells (heuchera), Thunberg spiraea (Spirea thunbergii 'Ogon') and "Knock Out" roses.
Victorian gothicThis combination of plants will farebest in full sun: for partial shade, switch the sun-loving sempervivums and curry plants for a dark-leaved heuchera such as'Chocolate Ruffles 'or Hebe pimeleoides' Quicksilver '.
Citronelle is the brightest heuchera, perfect for the cooler blues of the blue star juniper in the bed by the front step.
The lime heuchera looks like an ideal plant for sparkling shady areas.
Since heuchera is sometimes called coral bells, how about Fairie Bells?
I am afraid to move that heuchera as well, but if it makes some offsets I might pinch them off to replant.