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Sandia Coral Bells

Heuchera pulchella
SKU: HC018223
$12.99
per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
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Overview
A miniature version of the well-known Heuchera species, Heuchera pulchella (Sandia Coral Bells) forms small tidy mounds of scalloped, ruffled leaves. In late spring, spikes of tiny tufted pink flowers emerge, lighting up the garden and attracting hummingbirds and bees. A North American native perennial, this resilient plant will thrive in a rock garden or rockery. Xeric in the shade, it may need some supplemental watering in full sun locations. Cold-hardy and evergreen, it thrives in high-altitude settings. A Plant Select® perennial.
key features
Botanical Name
Heuchera pulchella
Growing Zones
Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7
Advantages
Native, Bee Friendly, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Winter Interest, Evergreen, Rock Gardens
Soil Moisture
Waterwise, Average
Light Requirements
Full Sun, Morning Sun & Afternoon Shade, Full Shade
Mature Height
8-10" tall
Bloom Time
Late spring
SKU
HC018223

Description

Heuchera pulchella (Sandia Coral Bells) is native to the limestone cliffs and mountain slopes of New Mexico’s Sandia and Manzano Mountains. It’s well suited to high elevations up to 8125 ft. Heuchera pulchella is drought tolerant in the shade, but it may need moderate water in hot sunny conditions. It needs only average or lean soil with good drainage. Deer-resistant, this can be a long-lived perennial in the right growing conditions.

A Plant Select® perennial, a regional plant introduction organization founded in 1997 as a collaboration between Colorado State University and Denver Botanic Gardens. The organization has brought together many of the region's best horticulturists, plant breeders, landscapers, and commercial plant growers with the goal of introducing regionally suitable plants for the Great Plains and Intermountain states.