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Heuchera 'Green Spice'


Heuchera 'Green Spice' (Heuchera)

I bought this Heuchera in the spring and it's grown in to a beautiful plant. A really classy foliage plant.



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A useful one to have, goes with most plants....

4 Sep, 2014

 

Karen, This has beautiful foliage ... As you say, really classy.

4 Sep, 2014

 

I think the ferns love it too!

4 Sep, 2014

 

I so love this one Karen I have 4 of green spice.

4 Sep, 2014

 

oh, that's got to go on my list! lovely

5 Sep, 2014

 

Careful Fran. This is a dangerous (to the wallet) addiction! Lol!

5 Sep, 2014

 

lol tell me about it, Karen! Platagogo's prices are pretty cheap, about £6 per plant in a litre pot - can't think litres so not sure how large they'd be - but as with pound shops, the cheaper the item, the more i buy (cos they're so cheap) and end up spending a lot more.

5 Sep, 2014

 

I've searched, and there's no other silver Scrolls in the garden Fran. I did lose some over the past few years. The orangey ones seem to be weaker generally...for me any way, which is sad as they are my favourite colours. So bright in the winter. Still, you can't go wrong with good old 'Marmalade' which is tough as old boots!

5 Sep, 2014

 

aww, sorry to hear, Karen. Would Plantagogo have them? (lol I'm not on commision, honest!)

I'll make a note of marmalde for future ref, near future I hope

5 Sep, 2014

 

Yes, that's where I got most of my Heuchs Fran they are very good, especially when you want something specific. For example, this time I wanted sun tolerant ones, and you can see very easily from their website which ones will need shade. Excellent....and they have such a huge range too.

5 Sep, 2014

 

A lot of their plants wre marked "miniature" but there wasn't a separate list for them, so I emailed them, and they sent me a list of the mini plants, which was very nice of them. they're the ones I'll be going for first.

5 Sep, 2014

 

Great plan! The miniature/dwarf ones are very special. I have one...Blondie, which is a beautiful bronze colour and has apricot flowers on compact stems. It has flowered all summer long. :))

5 Sep, 2014

 

I've got the list, but not sure when would be the best time to buy, if there is a "best time", or better time. Think I'll leave it till spring?

5 Sep, 2014

 

Good plan. Buy them in the spring when they are starting to grow. OR if you need winter colour like me....now! :)) OR...some now, some more in the spring! Lol!

5 Sep, 2014

 

I've got stacks of pot plants and nowwhere really to put them, other than on the ground where I can't appreciate them. So I really need ot start thinking about higher options; this can be my incentive, i'll get the Heucheras only when I've done that - that should do it!

5 Sep, 2014

 

:)

5 Sep, 2014

 

Now this one is rather special;0)

7 Sep, 2014

 

Glad you like it Carole :)

7 Sep, 2014



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