Compact dwarf variety, pink flowers.
This is a very compact variety that is ideal for the rock garden, crevice or alpine container. Its leaves being only 1-2cm across and flowering height of 10-15cm means it is best seen up close with its soft pink flowers. This heuchera works in shade to full sun in a free draining soil.
Common Name: Sandia Mountain alumroot / Sandia Mountain coral-bells
Life Cycle: perennial
Foliage: palmately lobed
Basic Colour: ( pink )
Flower Colour: pink / white
Natural Flowering: April – June
Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy
Height with Flowers: 15cm
Soil Requirements: average / moist / well-drained / sandy
Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral
Location: container / cottage garden / border / rock garden
Usage: ornamental / bee food plant
Pruning: cut back flower stems once over or leave to set seed
Tolerates: drought tolerant
Origin: New Mexico – Sandia Mountains
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