Heuchera "Wild Rose"
Common name: Coral bells "Wild Rose"
Bold bright rosy purple large leaves with a charcoal vein, really make this plant stand out in the shade garden.
Rosy pink bell-shaped flowers appear in summer above the mounded foliage.
A great plant for edging a garden.
It can be planted near Black walnut trees due that it is resistant to the toxin Juglone the tree emits through its roots.
Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
Salt and deer tolerance.
Divide clumps every 3-4 years in early spring.
Will thrive in high heat and humidity.
Make sure not to bury the crown when planting.
Exposure: Shade to part Sun
Photos credit & courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.