Alum root 'Caramel' -
Heuchera 'Caramel' (latin)
Author: Syker Fotograf
Adult dimensions: Height up to 30 cm, width up to 30 cm.
Type of soil: Cool and moist, although withstands dry soil.
Hardiness: Hardy to -20°C.
Site: Mid-shade to full sun.
Plantation density: 6 / m².
Characteristics and uses: The Alum root 'Caramel' forms a dense bronze carpet. It produces beautiful, small bell-shaped white flowers from June to August. Planted as a uniform ground cover, associated with others Alum roots or ornamental grasses, it will adorn your borders and rockeries. It is particularly at its best, shown amongst yellow and purple foliage.
We recommend you plant 6 Alum roots per m². At the end of winter, it is necessary to cut back the foliage to encourage the growth of numerous new leaves.
List of Alum roots:
Alum root 'Berry smoothie', Dark pink in the spring, it will take a purple to scarlet red tint in the summer.
Alum root 'Black beauty', forms a small, dense purple carpet. It will produce beautiful small bell-shaped pink flowers in June-July.
Alum root 'Citronnelle', Pale green with a silver reverse to start with, it turns lemony-yellow in the summer.
Alum root 'Guardian angel', has magnificent foliage forming a dense, purple and silver cushion.
Alum root 'Midnight rose', forms a small, dense, crimson carpet mottled with pink.
Alum root 'Pluie de feu', forms a dense green carpet, mottled with grey.
Alum root 'Plum royale', forms a dense violet carpet, mottled with crimson.