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Heuchera 'Citronelle' PP17934

alumroot, coral bells

A happy accident in the production of Heuchera 'Caramel', 'Citronelle' brings the vigor of the villosas to bright chartreuse foliage for shade. A strong grower with incredible pot presentation, it will delight your customers!

Heuchera 'Citronelle' alumroot, coral bells from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera 'Frosted Violet' PP15085

alumroot, coral bells

Another great selection for the East Coast bred by Charles Oliver of the Primrose Path. With its H. villosa heritage, it is vigorous and long-lived. Stunningly beautiful velvety purple leaves with darker veins are topped with pale pink pearl-like flowers in late spring. Definitely one of our favorites!

Heuchera 'Frosted Violet' alumroot, coral bells from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera 'Plum Pudding'

alumroot, coral bells

Shiny, dark purple-red ruffled leaves with faint silvery marbling between the veins accented by attractive, delicate heads of pink flower clusters held aloft by tall, thin stems in early and mid summer. Fast growing with a tidy, mounding habit. Very popular!

Heuchera 'Plum Pudding' alumroot, coral bells from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera 'Silver Scrolls' PP12066

alumroot, coral bells
Rounded, metallic silver leaves are bordered and veined with deep wine red. Flowers are tiny, white, tinged with pink blooming profusely in the spring. Very trim and tidy habit, forming a neat mound. Remains vigorous and attractive even through the fall and winter. Exceptionally vigorous in a gallon pot! A Prodigious intro from our friends at Primrose Path.
Heuchera 'Silver Scrolls' alumroot, coral bells from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera americana 'Dale's Strain'

American alumroot

This is a seed propagated strain selected by Dale Hendricks that is really fantastic and excitingly variable. Unique silver-blue marbled foliage accented by white flowers on long panicles in the spring. Excellent drought tolerant ground cover. Foliage display is amazing!

Heuchera americana 'Dale's Strain' American alumroot from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera longiflora

longflower alumroot

A beautiful display when used en masse, the long flowering stems of this alumroot sway high above deep green foliage mottled in silver highlights. Tubular calyces surround the pale yellow flowers and securely affix them to upright stems. Expect flowering from late May into June.

Heuchera longiflora '' longflower alumroot from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera macrorhiza 'Autumn Bride'

alumroot, coral bells

Fuzzy, chartreuse to lime green, nearly evergreen foliage erupts in September with white fountains of pure white flowers continuing until frost. A very easy-care plant tolerant of dry shade and a wide variety of conditions. A good, tough exciting meat-and-potatoes groundcover that doubles as a cut flower! Great for moist shade. Named and introduced by Bluemount Nurseries, Monkton, MD.

Heuchera macrorhiza 'Autumn Bride' alumroot, coral bells from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'

alumroot, coral bells

Deep purple, ivy-shaped foliage fades to bronze green in the heat of summer and becomes dark green in the fall. This plant has been an industry favorite for many years and was the Perennial Plant Association's Plant of the Year in 1991.

Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple' alumroot, coral bells from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera villosa 'Caramel' PP16560

hairy alumroot, giant alumroot

Bred by Thierry Delabroye, 'Caramel' has glowing apricot new growth fading to soft amber by summer. Fall color is an intense salmon red. Its lobed fuzzy foliage typical of H. villosa stays clean. An eastern US native species that is plenty hardy and unsurpassed for longevity, even in the prolonged heat and humidity of the south. Long panicles of creamy white flowers in late summer.

Heuchera villosa 'Caramel' hairy alumroot, giant alumroot from North Creek Nurseries

Heuchera villosa f. purpurea 'Bronze Wave'

hairy alumroot, coral bells

A superb intro from Charles Oliver of the Primrose Path, this is a native late-flowering groundcover. This has much shinier, almost lacquered looking foliage vs. H. villosa 'Purpurea'. Like its cousin 'Autumn Bride', 'Bronze Wave' is sturdy, perhaps an 18", or a bit larger, clump. September-October flowering spikes of small tan flowers. Excellent shade groundcover that can happily compete with tree roots and come out looking good.

Heuchera villosa f. purpurea 'Bronze Wave' hairy alumroot, coral bells from North Creek Nurseries