Upper Hudson Valley, NY (Zone 5a)
|Very informative article Deb! Can't wait to try some of the Heurcheras that you mentiond in your article! Eleanor
South China, ME (Zone 5a)
|Great article! I have the Caramel but never realized how many other colors there were out there. I may have to get me a few more!
Fairfield County, CT (Zone 6b)
|Thanks for telling me which are more sun tolerant. I love them but I keep killing them with sunshine. Very nicely done format, too!
Euless, TX (Zone 8a)
|O NO, O dear, more heucheras to love! What's a gardener to do? x, Carrie
Newport News, VA (Zone 11)
|OOOOH I want some! Where can I get them cheap?
Euless, TX (Zone 8a)
Menasha, WI (Zone 5a)
|Very thorough article Debbie.
(Arlene) Southold, NY (Zone 7a)
|The new varieties are so beautiful. Thanks for a very good article.
Fredericksburg, VA (Zone 7b)
|We are going to have to get a bigger lot! I want me some of those! Beautiful and great article. Great information! Thanks
Frederick, MD (Zone 6a)
|We love them and now have more to choose! Well done article!
Marshall Islands (Zone 11)
|Beautiful article Deb! Well presented, beautiful pics and great info! Thanks!!
Chevy Chase, MD (Zone 7a)
|I really love your articles about new varieties! They always get me thinking, and craving . . ..
White Lake, ON (Zone 4b)
|Another informative article - it was like a shot in the arm to this Heuchera lover. Beautiful pics.
Lexington, VA (Zone 6a)
|Thank you everyone for your comments! Sorry to be so long in responding - poor timing on my part. I scheduled the article not realizing I would be leaving for Florida early that morning. We've just arrived home after a wonderful visit and it's so nice to know you enjoyed the article :)
Raleigh, NC (Zone 7a)
|Heucheras have such a wide variety of colors and forms. They are excellent perennials for the shade garden. Thank you for the article. I found an interesting article about them from Plant Delights Nursery in Raleigh, NC at: (www.plantdelights.com/Catalog/Plants/Genus/Heuchera)
(Mary) Anchorage, AK (Zone 5b)
|I have tried three times to grow Caramel here but it just doesn't make it. Blackout and Plum Pudding as well as Pinot Gris all grow here, with the darker ones doing better. And yet my next door neighbor has the lighter ones like Citronella going gangbusters in full shade. hmmmm
|Love them, a passion of mine. I grow many varieties from seed with great success. In my zone 3 area, lots of shade and cold winters, these are REALLY a breath of Spring (and all season long) Have had success on north side and both covering with leaves and not covering. Thanks for article.
|I have Citronelle thriving in both full sun and part shade.
Thanks to this article I can now put likely names to the Heuchera that I got as a no-name mix from an online catalogue.
Looks like Brownies, Beaujolais, and Mocha along with the Citronelle.There is another similar to Beauolais too.
I'm pretty sure that I have Plum Pudding as well as the ubiquitous Palace Purple, both from the local Big Box, and they have done very well.
They make a great under planting for my rose that loves part shade.