5 New Heucheras And Heucherellas For 2014

New heuchera and heucherella varieties offer fabulous foliage options for the landscape.

 

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  1. Unfortunately, living here in Maine, I can no longer recommend any Heuchera or Heucherella to any of my customers. And I’ve noticed that Landscapers have pretty much stopped asking for them in designs. Whether it’s just Maine’s horrific climate or the weakness of the plant material, I consider all Heuchera’s and Heucherella’s Annual Plants. If you have a plant survive a winter here, then consider yourself one of the lucky few. And unfortunately, Blooms Plants and Terra Nova are notorious for their weak growth here in Maine. If the weather doesn’t get them….the Black Vine weevils will.

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