|US Patent #||
|EU Grant #||
|Size (HT/W/FL HT)||
6" / 14" / 16"
|Most Active Growing Season|
Prefers well-drained, humus rich soils.
5.5 – 6.5
100 – 150 ppm
Dormant in winter.
Dry moderately between waterings.
Average. They like more moisture than the Heuchera.
It forms a smaller mound of color with leaves that are less cut than 'Alabama Sunset'. When comparing 'Sunspot' & 'Stoplight', 'Sunspot' has much better flowers and 'Stoplight' has much better foliage.
Mass planting, contrast, accent or container.
|Finish Time to 4"||
4 – 6 weeks
Summer foliage changes to straw-yellow or green-yellow. Do not bury crowns. Won Four Oaks Best New Plant Award in 2006
Be careful not to bury the crowns when planting.
Large, red centered, yellow spring leaves change to lime green with red centers in the summer warm months. Combines with red flowering annuals and perennials for multi-seasonal interest. Creates a focal point anywhere it is planted. Airy white flowers are produced in spring.
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