Heuchera 'Geisha's Fan' with Sedum 'Herbstfreude' - the Sedum was chopped
back in early summer (the 'Chelsea Chop') to stop it flopping over the Heuchera.
Heuchera sanguinea ‘Geisha’s Fan’ (also called alum root and coral flower)
Clump forming herbaceous perennial with bronze/green/silver marbled leaves and flowers in spring and summer. Useful for ground cover and path edging. Attractive to insects.
Evergreen with flowers in spring and summer.
Habit – neat, well behaved, clump forming. H&S: 50cm
Stems – slender, arching, round, purple and slightly hairy.
Leaves – silvery with dark green veins and bronze-red edges.
Flowers – tiny pale pink flowers borne on slender purple stems held above the foliage.
Full sun or partial shade. More sunlight keeps the variegation from fading.
Fertile, moisture retentive.
Remove flowering stems when blooms have finished. Lift and divide congested clumps in autumn to prevent plant becoming woody.
Divide and replant clumps in autumn.
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