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Heuchera:  Jewels in the garden

By goldfinch4
June 12, 2010

Heuchera (pronounced Hew-ker-ah), also commonly called Coral Bells or alum root, are known and planted mostly for their bright, colorful leaves that bring jewel tones to the garden.

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Name: Janet
Gilroy, CA
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Jun 13, 2010 5:28 PM CST
My friend got me hooked (heuched?) with a start of basic coral bells, and now I can't stop. Fortunately, they make great companions for perennial geraniums, my other current "can't pass a new one by" plant. Great article, and a nice selection of photos!
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Name: Chris
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Jun 14, 2010 3:46 AM CST
Thank you Janet! All it took was one or two to see what great plants they are. And such a great selection to choose from!
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