Autumn Bride

Heuchera in the border in A Garden For All by Kathy Diemer https://agardenforall.com

Heuchera in the border (photo credit: Kathy Diemer)

Even though I’m petite, I tend to be attracted to big things.  That doesn’t just apply to plants, either.  I have a penchant for rescuing large animals, which has resulted in my husband limiting my pets by weight restriction, rather than quantity!  But, back to big plants: Most heuchera (coral bells) are attractive enough, with varied ranges of foliage from chartreuse to deep burgundy.  However, they usually prefer a lot of shade and most are quite small; limiting them to the front of the border or mixed with shorter perennials.  I do have several dainty coral bells sprinkled throughout my gardens, but the bigger, bolder leaves are really where I’m at.  And that’s where native Heuchera villosa ‘Autumn Bride’ comes down the aisle. [Read more…]

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