Project Description

Sandia Mountain Alumroot

Heuchera pulchella

Introduced by Native Roots, LLC
Found at Sandia Mountain, New Mexico

A compact species of alumroot that combines very attractive, persistent foliage with brilliant pink flowers. Leaves are round, toothed, flat, and very ornamental. Blooms heavily from late spring to early summer. This species was selected for overall plant health, long-lasting foliage, dark green leaves, and dark flower color. Naturally disease-and-drought-resistant. Grows best in a loamy soil and provided supplemental moisture. True native, dark green leaves, dark pink flower, compact growth and prolific bloom.

Available as 50-plug trays and 1-gallon containers from Walla Walla
Nursery (Booth 12019) and Native Roots LLC (Booth 5056)