Heuchera richardsonii- Prairie Alumroot
Perennial, clump-forming plant growing up to 2 feet tall. Grows in full sun to part shade and dry to medium soils. This is a fairly drought tolerant species even though it is shallowly rooted. Attractive foliage throughout much of the year. Small green flowers are visited by small bees. Blooms from May to June. Species: Heuchera richardsonii Saxifrage family: Saxifragaceae Common names: Richardson's Alum Root
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