Caring for Perennials: Heuchera (Coral Bells, Alum Root)

A Guide to Caring for Perennials: Heuchera (Coral Bells, Alum Root)

PLANTING: Space plants 12 inches apart. Choose a sunny or lightly shaded, sheltered location where the soil is rich and well-drained.

MAINTENANCE: Water during periods of drought. Apply a protective winter mulch once the ground has frozen. Plants may, if necessary, be divided every 3 to 4 years. Zones 3-9.

Where to plant:Light Requirements: Part Shade, Shade (varies based on species

Moisture Requirements: Dry, Moist, Well-drained

Soil Tolerance: Normal, Loamy

Spacing: Habit: Mound-shaped; Height 12-15 in, Width 16-22 in (varies based on species)

Uses: Containers, Fall Color, Foliage Interest, Ornamental, Outdoor, Winter Interest

Bloom Start to End: Mid Spring - Late Summer (varies based on species)

General Planting Instructions

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