|Common Name||Coral bells|
|Plant Series||Heuchera SODA™ Series|
|US Patent #||PP18173|
|EU Grant #||EU23085|
|Hardiness Zone||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
|Size (HT/W/FL HT)||9" / 10" / 18"|
|Finish Time||Medium (6-8 Weeks)|
|Bloom Time||May, June|
|Most Active Growing Season||Spring|
|Leaf Color||Green, Orange, Pink, White, Yellow|
|Soil||Moderately well drained, organic soil types are best.|
|pH||5.5 - 6.5|
|Exposure||Part Shade, Full Shade|
|Special Uses||Cut Flower, Deep South, Hummingbird Attractor, Low Water Usage, Pollinator Attractor, Winter Color|
|Nutritional Needs||100 - 150 ppm|
|Water (Greenhouse)||Dry moderately between waterings.|
|Water (Garden)||Average, better too dry than too wet when established.|
|How Different?||Compared to 'Amber Waves', it is more vigorous, with showy ginger flowers, and ginger colored foliage with a white veil.|
|Landscape Value||Mass planting, contrast, mixed beds. Good winter color.|
|Finish Time to 4"||4 - 6 weeks|
|Comments||Overwintered well in Poland.|
|Grower Notes||Be careful not to bury the crowns when planting.|
Heuchera ‘Ginger Ale’
Effervescent flowers in shades of ginger yellow and light pink erupt from soft, ginger colored leaves. Lovely to contrast with the darker coral-bells in the marketplace. Designers love the ability of this plant to complement so many colors. It is a perfect neutral tone. Good in containers and in borders.
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