Heuchera richardsonii (Coral Bells - alum root)

Heuchera richardsonii - Heuchera richardsonii is a clump-forming coral bells which occurs in somewhat dryish locations on prairies, open woodland slopes, uplands, banks and along railroads. Typically features a 12-18" tall basal clump of heart-shaped, shallow-lobed, long-petioled, green leaves which show some white mottling or purple blush when young, maturing to a more uniform green. Tiny, greenish, bell-shaped flowers in open, airy panicles are borne on slender, wiry stems extending well above the mound of leaves, typically to a height of 18-24" in spring to early summer. Flower stems and leaf undersides are distinctively hairy. Family : Saxifragaceae  

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