Plantagogo Tiarella Collection for Shade or Part Shade

This question was asked by
Jania Napier-Burrows

Would these be grow in a shady spot in chalky soil?

Hi Jania
Yes these would be great there as long as they get some moisture
Well drained is better than water logged for Tiarella and Heuchera
Hope this helps
Kind regards Vicky

Plantagogo Tiarella Collection for Shade or Part Shade (SKU18453)

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Heuchera

This question was asked by
Eileen S

I have a lifelong love of Heuchera because they keep on giving. I was thinking of a Christmas gift to send 10 or 12 plants to my daughter who has just done a makeover of her garden. I wondered if I sent her a Big splash of color such as your brightest reds, and either almost black or vivid lime green what you would advise? I mean are they even ready to plant in December?

Hi Eileen
What a great gift
What about…
Lime Marmalde, Cranberry, Gojiberry, Peach Flambé, Prince, Wild berry, Catching fire,
These look really lovely together
Maybe pop a couple of the same varieties to add continuity
We will ship in December but it does depend on the weather and we stop around the 10th as we worry they might get lost or delayed in the Christmas post
Thanks for your enquiry
Hope this helps
Vicky

Heuchera ‘Prince’ (464)

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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

Heucherella ‘Solar Power’ (763)

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How many plants for a small hanging basket

This question was asked by
Janet W

How many reds gone falls heucheras would I need for a small hanging basket

Hi Janet
You don’t say what size!
Assuming its around 8 to 10 inches 1 to 2 plants
12 to 15 inches 3 plants
Hope that helps
Kind regards Vicky

Heucherella ‘Yellowstone Falls’ (812)

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Advice on Heucheras for Halloween

This question was asked by
Carly T

Hi guys,

Very sorry to bother you but I’m currently trying to form a halloween heuchera display (random I know) and I’m struggling to find a heuchera that will be bright orange in October. Please can you advise me which one I should go for? I have an orangeberry but it’s quite green and I’m not sure when it will change. There’s very little information about as to what colours there are when so any information you can give me id be really grateful.

Many Thanks

CARLY T

Hi Carly
The orange varieties go brighter in more light, too shady and they go darker and greener.
Bare in mind its autumn and light levels are dropping so the lighter position the better
Other varieties to try could be
Heuchera Caramel, Tangerine wave, or pink pearls
Hope that helps
Kind regards Vicky

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