round-leaf alumroot (Heuchera cylindrica)

dense clump of evergreen basal leaves and 1/2" cup-shaped white flowers clustered in narrow spike-like arrangement on stems

round-leaf alumroot

 

Common name: round-leaf alumroot
Botanical name: Heuchera cylindrica

Light: full sun to full shade
Height: 8 – 24 inches (height of leaves 4 – 8 inches)
Water: moderate to low, drought tolerant once established
Soil type: well-drained shallow loam to rocky soils

Perennial wildflower with dense clump of evergreen basal leaves and 1/2″ cup-shaped white flowers clustered in narrow spike-like arrangement on stems in early summer; tolerates wide variety of habitats; great shade plant but also happy with some sun; bumble bees love it; tap root

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