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Heuchera 'Wild Berry'

Heuchera 'Wild Berry'
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Beautiful large scalloped, glossy purple-pink foliage with deeper veining, bearing dark stems with rosey-pink buds turning to white flowers.
Neat habit and easy to grow.
 
£7.50
  • Slow Release Fertiliser
Aspect Shade/Partial Shade/Full Sun
Flowering Summer
Foliage colour Purple
Flower colour white
Pot size 1 Litre
Rarity New
Genus Heuchera
Care advice Tidy old leaves in Spring or when needed
Height 30cm
Width 35cm
Planting Any time
Hardiness Hardy
Perennial Perennial
Soil Type Any free draining
Delivery time 1 week
Suitable for containers Yes
Scented No
Evergreen Yes
PBR(Plant Breeders Rights) Yes
Attractive to Bees and pollinator Yes
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Heuchera 'Wild Berry' in long term hanging baskets?

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- Victoria

Hi - I'm hoping to create a long-term perennial hanging basket that I won't need to replace each season. Would Heuchera wild berry perform ok in a basket for the longer term, or would it struggle? If the latter, are there any other varieties you could recommend?

Thanks!
Victoria

Hi Victoria

Yes wild berry should do well ..in fact most of them will be good in baskets long term.

Just a quick tidy up in spring and when ever they need it.

Also in spring scrape some of the old compost off and top dress and at the same time add some slow release fertiliser.

Now and again feed with something like the heuxhera feed loos poo alpaca feed (for sale on the website)

Hope this helps

Kind regards Vicky



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