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Hairy Alumroot 'Tiramisu' (Heuchera villosa)

Lexington, VA(Zone 6a)

Hairy Alumroot 'Tiramisu'
Heuchera villosa


Fall Foliage -Courtesy of CNB Greenteam

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Morpeth, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

This new one certainly seems like one to watch out for! Lovely shot.

Lexington, VA(Zone 6a)

kniphofia, the pictures I've seen of this one show an incredible variation in the foliage color throughout the year, looks like one I'll have to add to the gardens this spring! I've written an article on all the new Heuchera villosa cultivars which will be available this year. Scheduled for Friday, Feb 8th - I'm sure you'll be able find even more to "watch for" :)

Clinton Township, MI

I just planted three of these ever changing plants in my garden this year, can't wait to see the fall color. What is that pretty little white leafed plant in the bottom left corner of the picture?

Morpeth, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

thering - that plant looks like a lamium, very useful for ground cover in difficult spots.

Lexington, VA(Zone 6a)

Although I didn't take the picture, kniphofia's right - Lamium :)

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