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Heuchera Rosada - Rosada Coral Bells

Heuchera Rosada is a hybrid between the California Native Heuchera maxima and Heuchera sanguinea, native to Arizona and New Mexico. The hybrid was developed by UC Davis. The Rosada Coral Bells grows to 18" tall and wide. The flowers of Heuchera Rosada are deep pink to red. Heuchera Rosada blooms through much of the Spring. Heuchera Rosada will do OK in full sun at the coast but will perform better with at least mid day shade away from the coast. Plants are modestly drought tolerant in a shaded area but will require irrigation. Heuchera Rosada is a great plant for the Hummingbird Garden.

Heuchera Rosada, Rosada Coral Bells

Red flowers and foliage of Heuchera Rosada - Rosada Coral Bells. High resolution photos are part of our garden image collection.

Plants from the Heuchera Genus featured on this site:
Heuchera Canyon Duet
Heuchera Firefly
Heuchera Kassandra
Heuchera maxima
Heuchera Palace Purple
Heuchera Rosada
Heuchera Santa Ana Cardinal
Heuchera Wendy
Heuchera Yosemite

Other California Native plants that grow in the same part of the garden from our Wildflower List
Clarkia unguiculata
Collinsia heterophylla
Collinsia tinctoria
Dodecatheon clevelandii
Paeonia californica
Pholistoma auritum
Salvia spathacea
Silene laciniata
Sisyrinchium bellum