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Purple Palace Heuchera
  • Growing Zones: 4-9
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    Height: 12-18 inches
    Width: 12-18 inches
    Sunlight: Full to Partial
    Blooms: Summer
    Spacing: 1-2 ft.
    Botanical: Heuchera micrantha 'Purple Palace'
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Purple Palace Heuchera


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    Fancy Foliage and a Tough Nature


    Heuchera Purple Palace is a dependable, hardy and eye-catching perennial plant. This cultivar of Coral Bells will give you a punch of purple foliage that lasts almost the whole year, as well as a long season of tall, delicate flowers that attract hummingbirds.

    Thrives on Neglect

    This pretty plant is tougher than it looks. Unlike other Heuchera plants, this one doesn't need attention. It's willing to grow in nearly any soil, from sandy soil to clay, and needs little water or fertilizer.

    Looks Great Anywhere

    Heuchera Purple Palace will perform for you in both full sun or partial shade – it isn't picky. The color will be more brilliant in full sun, but as long as it gets 6 hours of sunlight you'll get great color. One of the few heuchera plants to grow practically anywhere in the country- zones 4-9.

    It’s a great choice for borders since its size and mounded shape are easy to maintain. It's evergreen so you'll have your border year-round. Just plant them about a foot apart and your Huechera Purple Palace will spread to fill the gaps.

    Bred to Give You Max Color

    Purple Palace was one of the first purple-leafed varieties of Coral Bells to appear in the early 1990s. It has had plenty of time to prove itself to be a hardy, deer resistant cultivar that grows from 12 to 18 inches across and from 12 to 24 inches tall nearly anywhere it's planted.

    Great as a Container Plant

    Heuchera Purple Palace grows well in containers, too. It's a fun contrast to a lime green ornamental sweet potato vines and tall blossoms or grasses. The leaves are nice and wide and hide the bases of other plants, giving the container a lush, full look.

     
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