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Heuchera Wild Rose

Heuchera PRIMO 'Wild Rose'
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Decorative Purple Leaved Heuchera Wild Rose

  • Decorative Deep Purple Foliage
  • Light Pink Flowers
  • Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds
  • Full Sun, Part Sun, or Full Shade
  • Evergreen
  • Quite Salt Tolerant

There's plenty of green-leafed perennials to be had. If you're looking to mix it up a little bit and stray from the norm, we've got a perennial for you. Let Heuchera PRIMO® Wild Rose (Heuchera PRIMO® 'Wild Rose') bring a healthy dose of different to your garden!

From the moment this petite perennial leafs out in the spring, you're sure to be enthralled by its burgundy leaves and even more so by the dark veins that run throughout! It certainly inspires closer inspection.

Early summer is when Heuchera Wild Rose really shines. Each year, stalks soar towards the sky sporting gorgeous pink flowers. These florets are a deep fuchsia at their base and fade to a light pink at the ends!

You won't be the only one enthralled by Wild Rose, pollinators like butterflies will stop by in droves for a chance to check out your garden's newest addition. Imaging bright butterfly wings against the stark purple leaves!

If you're lucky, a hummingbird or two might swing by too! Heuchera Wild Roses are often a go-to for our fast fluttering friends.

No matter the environment, Heuchera Wild Rose will elevate your gardens and your homes curb appeal! Order one from our expert growers at Nursery today!

How to Use Heuchera Wild Rose in the Landscape

Heuchera's, also known as Coral Bells, can be used in a number of ways in your landscape due to it's compact, low mounding form.

They excel as border plants for your perennial gardens. The dark, veined leaves are sure to draw eyes and highlight the lighter colors of other flowers!

Wild Rose can add a bit of flavor to your front yard landscaping too! Plant along your driveway or walkways for a total "wow" effect.

Looking for a low maintenance centerpiece to your garden? Try planting Wild Rose with other colored coral bells! They will have the same growing habit and just think of the statement those dark wine colored leaves will make next to the light green foliage of another Heuchera!

Of course, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention how lovely this perennial works as an accent in container planting! Take that same idea for your garden centerpiece and plant different colored coral bells in a container! Place a container on either side of your entryway for a unique decoration.

Do you have a spot in the garden that's just a little too sunny for shade lovers and not quite sunny enough for those full sun perennials? Planting a Heuchera Wild Rose there will fill that spot no problem!

In milder climates, Wild Rose can be used as a stunning evergreen. However, given the right protection against winter winds and reliable snow cover, those in northern regions might also find their heucheras acting like evergreens!

Rock gardens are a great place to plant Wild Rose as its leaves will contrast beautifully with the ground underneath!

Use these in mass plantings to create a gorgeous ground cover for parts of your garden or landscape.

#ProPlantTips for Care

There are adaptable, low maintenance plants, and then there's Heuchera Wild Rose. You'd be hardpressed to find a hardier little perennial!

This is one of the few coral bells that will thrive in both the sun or the shade! It'll keep its dazzling shade of purple best with some afternoon shade but will do just fine anywhere it's planted!

Wild Rose doesn't ask much in terms of the soil it's planted in either! As long as it's given an average amount of moisture and has well drained soil, it'll be happy as a clam!

Salt doesn't bother this vigorous evergreen. Gardeners in northern areas like to plant these near the road as the frequent street saltings don't bother Heuchera one bit.

If you live in an area with fluctuating temperatures between summer and winter, consider adding an extra layer of compost or dirt around the roots each fall to combat heaving.

No matter where you live, it's always a good idea to add a layer of mulch around the base of your plant. Not only does it make the garden look neat and tidy, but it'll also help regulate the moisture your plant gets and keep some of the weeds away!

Yes, Heuchera Wild Rose care is that easy! Whether you're hoping to add an accent to your perennial garden or create a centerpiece for your front landscape, this is the plant for you. Order yours today to complete your outdoor projects!

More Information
Botanical Name Heuchera PRIMO 'Wild Rose'
Mature Height 18- 24 inches
Mature Spread 18 - 24 inches
Soil Type Well Drained
Sun Exposure Full Sun, Full Shade, Partial Shade
Growth Rate Medium
Bloom Period Summer
Flower Color Pink
Fall Color Purple
Pollinator Required No
Pollinator Friendly Yes
Growing Zone Range 4-9
Heuchera Wild Rose Is Suited to Grow in Zones 4-9
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