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|Bloom Time||June, July|
|Foliage Color||Brown, Green|
|Exposure||Full Sun, Part Shade|
|Hardiness Zone||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
|How Different?||It has cut leaves, a shiny bronze color, and pink to white flowers.|
|Landscape Value||Mass planting, accent, container, border, mixed beds.|
|Most Active Growing Season||Spring|
|Size (HT/W/FL HT)||8" / 14" / 18"|
|Soil (Garden)||Prefers well-drained, humus rich soils.|
|Water (Garden)||Average. They like more moisture than the Heuchera.|
|Special Uses||Deep South, Winter Color|
|Comments||Heucherella do not need to be lifted and replanted like many Heuchera. Long lived.|
Heucherella ‘Burnished Bronze’
This has large cut leaves with a glossy, burnished bronze finish. Top this off with starry, soft pink flowers on branched stalks and you have an amazing plant. Flowering reblooms in the summer as well.
*** PLEASE NOTE ***
This plant is no longer for sale directly from TERRA NOVA® Nurseries. However, it may still be available through one of our Licensees or Retail Sources.
USDA Hardiness Zone(s): 4-9
Size (HT/W/FL HT): 8″ / 14″ / 18″
Exposure: Part Shade, Full Sun
Bloom Time(s): June, July
|Water (Greenhouse)||Dry moderatley between waterings.|
|EC||0.6 – 0.9|
|pH||5.5 – 6.5|
|Fertility Needs||100 – 150 ppm|
|Notes||Be careful not to bury the crowns when planting.|
|Finish Time to 4″||4 – 6 weeks|
|Finish Time to Gallon||8 – 10 weeks|
|Day Length for Flowering||Day Neutral|
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