RARE NATIVE MINIATURE
Heuchera pulchella 'Sandia'. This native alum root hails from the mountains of Sandia Mountain in New Mexico. The miniature mound of scalloped evergreen foliage is topped off with pink flowers in summer. In the wild it clings to rock crevices, making it a natural choice for a rock garden or any well draining site that gets at least some direct sunlight. It has been described as "extra cute" and "tidy".
Rare and not widely found, this little gem is listed on the "New Mexico Rare Plant List" by the New Mexico Rare Plant Technical Counsel. No worries, our plants have been propagated in captivity, no wild plants have been harvested. Be the first in your area to display this plant, and at the same time help to keep it from disappearing. It is so small that every serious gardener can find a spot for it.
MATURE HEIGHT: Foliage 6".
MATURE SPREAD: 10".
HARDINESS ZONES: 4,5,6,7,8.
FLOWER: Pink, mid season.
SUN EXPOSURE: Sun to part shade.
SIZE SHIPPED: 2.5" pot.
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