Hairy Alumroot (Heuchera villosa)

Hairy Alumroot by Kris Light.jpg
Hairy Alumroot by Kris Light.jpg

Hairy Alumroot (Heuchera villosa)

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Hummingbirds and native bees seek the nectar of this perennial’s tiny, bell-shaped, creamy flowers, which are held above the foliage in loose panicles up to 3 ft. high. Indigenous to rocky open woods, moist shaded rocky ledges and crevices of rocky outcrops, hairy alumroot is a low mounding, evergreen plant with light green pubescent foliage 12-18” tall with 18” or greater spread. Plants will thrive in moist, rich soil with good drainage and will tolerate drought, heat and rocky soils.

Additional information: Plants tolerate juglone and will grow around black walnut trees.

Zones: 4-9

Light: part shade, shade

Photo Courtesy Kris Light,  easttennesseewildflowers.com

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