Monthly Archives: September 2019

Delivery charges

This question was asked by
Kate R

I’m trying to find out what the charge would be for one plant (e.g Heuchera) shipped to Harrow in London.

Is the delivery charge cheaper if you buy more than one plant? Or is the charge per plant?

Hi kate
The delivery charge is £9.95 for 1 to 5 plants
6 plants and over is £8.95
We use a courier, that is what it costs us
Hope that helps
Kind regards vicky

Vicky and Richard Fox

Winter container planting

This question was asked by
Jacky F

I am thinking of adding heuchera or tiarella to my over winter containers. Are they suitable plants for this? Your advice would be appreciated.

Hi Jacky
Both Heuchera and Tiarella are great for winter colour in any type of containers as long as they have plenty of drainage
They all hate been water logged
Hope this helps
Kind regards

Tiarella ‘Spring Symphony’ (552)

Tiarella ‘Spring Symphony’ (552)

Vicky and Richard Fox

I want buy heucheras

This question was asked by
Angelika K

my name is Angelika and I’m from Poland.
I’m looking Most of them I find in Your store.
Can you tell me, is it possible to send plants to Poland?

Hi Angelika
I can send plants to Poland but must be well before 31st October after that I’m not sure what happens
Plants shipped outside the UK are at your own risk as we are not insured if parcels get lost or damaged sadly
The postage is £35.00 for 20 plants sorry about the price it’s what the couriers charge us!
If you want to order just email your list and then I will give you the total which can be paid by bacs or PayPal before shipping
Hope that’s of some helps
Kind regards vicky

Heuchera ‘Thomas’ TM (Fox series) (1220)

Heuchera ‘Thomas’ TM (Fox series) (1220)

Vicky and Richard Fox


This question was asked by
Arthur S

Can you recomend which heuchera would be best in shady conditions.
Also Which Heuchera would be best to grow as a ground cover in shady conditions
Arthur Sloper

Hi Arther
All limes grow very well in shade even deep shade
If its light shade them most will do well
Heuchera lime Marmalade is a great variety or heucherella catching fire and fan dancer are lovely varieties too.
Or you could go for a trailing heucherella such as Yellowstone falls as these would creep too and give good ground cover
Hope this helps
Kind regards

Heucherella ‘Catching Fire’ PBR (SKU18325)

Heucherella ‘Catching Fire’ PBR (SKU18325)

Vicky and Richard Fox

Lots of Colourful Heuchera for your Garden ready now

We realise that it’s hard to plan what to purchase and that our stock is dependent on so many things, not least of all ensuring our plants are as healthy as they can be so they are ready to go! Couple that with sometimes plants get sold as quickly as we can add them to the website.

With that said, we have plenty of these Heuchera available for sale so you have a great chance of getting what you’d like.

Heuchera ‘Wild Rose’ has stunning rose-purple foliage which really stands out in a crowd! Deep purple veining and a good tidy habit. 

Heuchera ‘Cranberry’ Indian Summer Series has stunning red semi ruffled foliage with lovely wands of white flowers 
Neat habit and very attractive to bees.

Heuchera ‘Lime Marmalade’ RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM) Very frilly dense lime-green foliage, with white flowers on tall stems. 
Stronger habit. Neat habit. Easy to grow. 

Tiarella ‘Raspberry’ Sundae’ TM (Fox Series) RHS Award of Garden Merit (AGM) Pretty star shaped foliage on dark stems with deep raspberry buds opening to star shaped flowers of pale white-pink. 
Very neat and compact habit. 
Easy to grow. 
Loved by the bees. 
Bred by us at Plantagogo.