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Heuchera elegans

Heuchera elegans

A tidy plant from 8200' on Pleasant view Ridge, 12-18” mats, the 6” panicles of white flowers with rose red calyces create a haze of red and white above the flat mats.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Heuchera hallii

Heuchera hallii

Creamy white bells above tufts of scalloped leaves hallii has long been a favorite of ours. At one time Brigitta raised a spectacular form, which we foolishly neglected to propagate.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Heuchera parishii

Heuchera parishii

Collected from wooded north facing boulder slopes of Jeffery Pine and White Fir in the Cienaga Creek region at 8200', where it forms dark green mats of crenately lobed leaves in the duff between the boulders, parishii is related to elegans, but with larger flowers in a denser panicle, the overall look is misty due to the exerted stamens.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Heuchera parvifolia

Heuchera parvifolia

A nice little western species native in Montana and Idaho with compact foliage topped by rather tall sprays of white flowers.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Heuchera parvifolia v nivalis

Heuchera parvifolia v nivalis

One of the very tiniest heuchera we grow, with leaves no bigger than the fingernail on your little finger. Forms a tight, dense mound and is entirely suitable for a rough garden or trough. These super tiny heuchera are also impressively tolerant of heat and drought. We know a guy who puts them on green roofs along with sedums and such. Zone 4
$12.00

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Heuchera pulchella

Heuchera pulchella

New material from Alplains, Bradshaw collected these from east facing cliffs at 9200' in New Mexico, dense panicles of flowers in shades from pale pink to burgundy.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Heuchera rubescens v alpicola

Heuchera rubescens v alpicola

Ron found these tucked between the boulders on north facing cliffs at 9300' on Bald Mt. billowing over the mats and cascading down the boulders they produced a frothy waterfall of white spray; a particularly floriferous nearly pure white colony.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Heuchera rubescens v versicolor

Heuchera rubescens v versicolor

One of the many lovely miniature heuchera native to the Western US mountains highly suitable for rock garden conditions. This one hails from over 10,000 ft in New Mexico making dense mounds of leaves up to about 6 inches tall and wide. Flowering stems are described by our seed source as “a dense forest of panicles” reaching 12 to 18 inches tall with abundant pale pink to burgundy flowers in summer. Best in full sun to part shade with good drainage. Hardy to zone 5, maybe even 4.
$8.00

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Heuchera sanguinea v pulchra'

Heuchera sanguinea v pulchra'

One of the showiest floral displays of heuchera with masses of brilliant fuchsia flowers on 12 inches stems in summer. Leaves form an attractive, dense mound 8 inches tall and wide. Found in the wild growing in crevices on north-facing cliffs in the Western US, best in the garden in light shade and good drainage. Hardy to zone 5, maybe even 4.
$8.00

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