Heuchera 'Caramel' (PBR)

3 × 9cm pots £29.97 £27.00
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Buy Heuchera 'Caramel' (PBR) coral bells: Unusual heuchera with honey-apricot foliage

This perennial is semi-evergreen so it can lose some of its leaves in winter. In colder regions or more exposed gardens, it may lose them all, but then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

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Loveliest Heuchera of all.


Caramel is my very favourite Heuchera. I have a clump of them under my apple tree, given fine definition by clear soil around them (Monty Don please note!), and am soon to move house. I have found them impossible to find in the several nearby garden centres, the closest match is "Marmalade" which frankly is nowhere near as lovely as Caramel at its peak. So I bought 3 Marmalades, intending to lift my Caramels & take them with me, leaving the new owner with 2nd best (but still pretty decent). Now delighted to find I can order from Crocus, I've stuck the marmalades in another bed, and the new owner can have a lovely Caramel patch after all.




Unusual & brilliant


This is gorgeous! It has thrived front of border in semi shade and is such a nice foil to the pink hellebores on either side. I normally find heuchera very finicky but this one has been really resilient and has tough quite leathery leaves that don't appeal to slugs. It has also been moved several times with no ill effects.




Heuchera Caramel (PBR)

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when is best time to plant heuchara caramel


This plant is fully hardy so it can be planted at any time of the year. If you click on the following link, this video may give you a bit more information.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEkSggFJMdE&t=14s


Is this a good plant to put in planters? I have two wonderful rust coloured planters (fairly long and narrow) and I'm looking for something to compliment them. Preferably something that might look good year round and fair well in shade as well as sun. Thanks!


Hello, Yes, this plant will flourish in a pot (provided they are kept well fed and watered), and they will be happy in full sun or lightly dappled shade. It is worth keeping in mind however that while they are mainly evergreen, they may start looking a little tatty towards the end of winter.


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