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Palace Purple Heuchera

Heuchera villosa var. macrorrhiza ‘Palace Purple'

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Palace Purple Heuchera

Heuchera villosa var. macrorrhiza ‘Palace Purple'

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Botanical Name

Heuchera villosa var. macrorrhiza ‘Palace Purple'

Outdoor Growing zone

4-9

Mature Height

Mature Width

1-2

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun, Shade

The Palace Purple Coral Bells is a garden classic, loved everywhere for its vibrant foliage in glossy shades of burgundy, purple, bronze and olive, with amethyst undersides. It forms a broad, low mound up to 2 feet across and its evergreen leaves make great edging or groundcover everywhere in your garden. It thrives in a wide range of climates and garden situations, and adds color and charm to all types of gardens. A selection of a native plant, it can be grown in natural and wildflower gardens, and on slopes and in rock gardens.

  • Star-shaped leaves with purple-pink undersides
  • Glossy top surface in burgundy, purple, bronze and olive
  • Reliable variety for many garden locations
  • Ideal ground-cover and edging plant
  • Resistant to heat and humidity

A wide range of light suits the Palace Purple Coral Bells just fine. It will grow in full sun once well-established, yet it grows in partial shade and even full shade as well. It enjoys any well-drained soil and established plants have good resistance to drought. The heat and the humidity of the southeast are tolerated well, and this low-maintenance plant is a natural everywhere. Deer generally ignore it and pests and diseases do as well.

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