Heuchera Villosa 'Autumn Bride | Hairy Alum Root - Casey & Company
Heuchera Villosa 'Autumn Bride | Hairy Alum Root - Casey & Company
Heuchera Villosa 'Autumn Bride | Hairy Alum Root - Casey & Company
Heuchera Villosa 'Autumn Bride | Hairy Alum Root - Casey & Company
Heuchera Villosa 'Autumn Bride | Hairy Alum Root - Casey & Company

Heuchera Villosa 'Autumn Bride | Hairy Alum Root

NP-PR-GAL-11214

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Heuchera villosa, sometimes commonly called hairy alum root, is a species of coral bells that is native to rocky wooded slopes from Virginia to Georgia and Tennessee. It is primarily noted for its (1) large, hairy, triangularly-lobed (7-9 lobes), sharply-toothed, green leaves (to 5" across) that have a velvety texture, (2) hairy, rusty-brown flowering stems and leaf stalks and (3) mid to late summer flowering (probably the latest in the genus). Leaves typically form a rounded basal clump to 18-24" tall and as wide. Tiny, whitish to pinkish flowers (to 1/4" wide) borne in open, airy panicles appear in late summer on slender, wiry stems rising above the foliage mound to 36" tall.

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