Heuchera richardsonii (Prairie Alumroot)
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Heuchera richardsonii (NGN)

Prairie Alumroot

Small greenish-white flowers that form a loose spike. Foliage resembles a cluster of serrated, upside-down hearts at the of the flowering stalks. Food for game birds and small mammals.
Height: 18-24 in
Width: 12-18 in
Soil Conditions: Dry
Flower Color: Green
Bloom Time: June,July
Hardiness Zone: 3 TO 9
ITEM # CROP IMAGE SIZE CURRENT AVAIL
22595.1G #1 964
22595.38 38 Flat 83
22595.PT 10 Flat 76
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Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes
Drought Tolerant
Salt Tolerant
Fall Color
Green Roof Semi Intensive
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Butterflies
Attracts Pollinators
Attracts Wildlife
Critter Resistance
Deer Resistant
Plant Habit
Mound
Light Conditions
Sun to Part Shade
Native Plant Community
Dry Prairie
Mesic Prairie
Flower Color
Green
Flower Hue
Medium
Flower Height
18" to 24"
Flower Type
Panicle
Foliage Color
Green
Leaf Texture
Coarse
Prune Time
Jan/Feb/March
Flower Form
Single
Flower Size
1/2"
Growth Rate
Average

Possible Substitution Plants

Koeleria macrantha
Bromus pubescens