PLEASE NOTE: Since plants are often sourced from the garden to order, sizes do vary a little, depending on how they come out of the ground, but I always endeavour to give a little more rather than less! They are sometimes shipped bare-rooted, but will approximate the size specified (e.g. a 9cm pot).
|Heuchera micrantha 'Bressingham Hybrids'|
|Sprays of coral-red, bell-shaped flowers appear in late spring on wiry stems above plump mounds of evergreen foliage. An excellent cut flower and very attractive to bees and other pollinators. Good ground cover.
NOTE: Externally sourced seeds.
|Sowing and/or growing instructions|
|Sow either late summer-autumn or late winter to late spring, on the surface of moist, good quality compost, covering with a very light dusting of sifted compost or fine vermiculite, at a temperature of 65-70F/18-22C (though some sources recommend first providing a period of cold, which can be obtained by standing the pot in a cold frame or unheated greenhouse). Germination can be erratic. Prick out seedlings into separate pots or modules when large enough to handle, growing on under cover until there is no danger of frost. Plant out ni their final positions when large enough.|