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Heuchera maxima - Island Coral Bells
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Heuchera maxima - Island Coral Bells
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Heuchera maxima - Island Coral Bells
Photo by Jennifer Leech

Botanic Name: Heuchera maxima
Common Name: Island Coral Bells
Size: 3'h x 2'w
Sun: Shade-Part Shade
H20: Occ.H2O/dry
Good Under Oaks
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This is the largest of the Coral Bells. A vigorous, easy to grow plant, it can reach 2' tall and wide. The light green leaves are tinged with red, and has stalks of small white flowers rising a couple of feet above the foliage. It thrives in light to heavy shade with occasional watering. More tolerant of clay soils and heavy shade than other native Heucheras. Beautiful in a mass planting, it is a good choice in the dappled shade of oaks.

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