Palace Purple Heuchera Seeds

SKU: SFS-HEU-PAL-ER
Our ‘Palace Purple’ Heuchera Seed was the first of its kind, the harbinger of many more purple-leaved Coral Bells to follow. The maple-shaped leaves form low mounds above which the tiny, misty looking abundance of blossoms will arise. Emerging bronzy-green in the spring, the foliage will change to rich, reddish-purply-green with darker venation. An evergreen in areas with mild winters, keep Palace Purple Alum Root in the shade to prevent leaf-fade in hot desert areas. Approximately 250 seeds per each hand-filled packet. More details...
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Palace Purple Heuchera Seeds
Palace Purple Heuchera Seeds
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Palace Purple Heuchera Seeds Growing Information

  • Mature Height: 12-24 inches
  • Mature Spread: 12-18 inches
  • Exposure: Mostly Sunny - Mostly Shady
  • Bloom Time: Late Spring - Late Summer
  • Soil Moisture: Average, Well Drained
  • Soil Type: Widely Adaptable
  • Annual in Zones: 1-3
  • Perennial in Zones: 4-11
  • What is my zone?
Heuchera flower seed normally takes 2 to 8 weeks to germinate. Heuchera can be started indoors prior to May 1st, or outdoors in most areas after May 1st. Blossoms may or may not appear the first year, but as the foliage is so unbelievably pretty, they won't usually be missed. Heuchera seeds need light to germinate, so do not cover, instead just pressing them lightly, but firmly, into the planting medium and then watering gently, yet thoroughly, keeping them consistently moist until sprouting. The jury is still out on whether or not the seeds should be put in the fridge for a period of time or not. Some swear that cold, moist stratification is necessary, which involves either putting them in water or in a damp environment, like a paper towel inside a baggy, in the fridge. We suggest talking with your local extension service or your neighbors to find what works best in your area.

We also carry a variety of Heuchera Plants in individual 3" pots.


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