Heuchera ‘Paprika’

Heuchera ‘Paprika’

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Description:  This heuchera is part of the fancy – leafed coral bells.  With its neat, compact growing habit, this delightful plant is eye stopping in the front of a border, a  window box, in rock gardens and in containers.  It can certainly add that pop of color to that shady spot in your garden.   It has gently lobed paprika colored leaves with stems of white flowers.  The leaf color changes from a bright orange in the spring to orange with a white veil in the summer to burgundy with a white veil in the fall.   It is a hit with butterflies and hummingbirds!

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USDA Hardiness Zone(s): AnHFa1v
 4 – 9
Habit:
Mounding
Size (HT/W/FL HT):
 6″ -8″ H x 12″ -16″ W
Exposure:  Full Sun to Part Shade
Bloom Time(s):
 Mid Spring
Water Requirements:
 Average to Moist  Better too dry than too moist
Most Active Growing Season:
 Spring
Flowering Season(s):
 May, June
Flower Color:
 White
Leaf Color:
Orange, Burgundy
Reblooms?:
 No

 

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