Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride'
Started from seed in late winter, these plants grew to a nice size by late season (but they didn't bloom). The photo here shows how the leaves turn shades of purple by mid-September.
||hairy alum root
||white (late summer)
||full sun-part shade
||ordinary garden soil, drought tolerant
|Seed ripens||late October|
|Leaves in transition in spring - this photo taken in April... |
|...and this one in May |
In our garden, this plant grows in the following areas: side garden, bogside border, around shed, sale plot
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|PinewoodsBear||May 06, 2009||This plants blooms in my area June through Aug. so here the Autumn Bride might be eager and earlier than other parts of the country. I grow it in a place that gets full early morning sun but partly shady mid day and total shade in the afternoons. Seems to do well with little care. Shows you when it needs water because it starts to wilt... and you need to water right away when that happens. I have been told that it can repeat bloom in Oct. but that has not happened yet for me. Fits in nicely with other varieties of Heucheras. |
- Seed from '09 garden. Baggy 70F (good G, 12-18d)
Seedlings are weak. Best to leave them in baggy until seed leaves develop before planting in soil.
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March 03, 2012