How do you grow Heuchera?
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Furthermore, how fast does Heuchera grow?
Growth Habit: The foliage of most cultivars reaches 8 to 12 inches in height with a spread of 1 to 2 feet wide. When blooming, the flower stalks reach 1 to 3 feet tall.
Furthermore, can Heuchera tolerate sun? While hosta, ferns, and heuchera (coral bells) are typically considered best for shady or part-sun locations, some varieties do well in sunny spots. Sun-Tolerant Heucheras: Generally green or darker-colored heucheras tolerate sun well, though others are being bred with more sun-tolerance.
Considering this, does Heuchera dieback in winter?
Heuchera-Coral Bells is a perennial plant, which means that it dies back in the winter but comes back up again in the spring. Ideally you should cut them back right to ground in the late fall after you have experienced a good hard freeze in your area.
Do you cut back Heuchera?
Tidying Up Heuchera Plants by Pruning Them. Heucheras, commonly referred to as coral bells, are stunning, shade-loving foliage plants with an abundance of different varieties in varying vibrant colors. Right timing: The best time to prune heucheras is in early spring, before new growth starts to appear.