Seems to be the strongest chartreuse/yellow huechera here in a sunny, hot, very dry environment. Gets additional water but most still die off in a year; this really did look good all year.
Key Lime Pie Coral Bells Heuchera hybrid
- Hardy Zones
- 4 - 9
- Part Shade to Shade
- Mature Size
- 8 - 16 Inches
Stunning chartreuse foliage all year
Plant alone or in combinations in all container types and landscapes
They begin blooming in early spring. Deadheading won't keep them blooming longer. However, removing the flower stems once the plant has finished blooming will keep them looking tidier. Plants can be divided in spring or fall for personal use.
An application of fertilizer or compost on garden beds and regular fertilization of plants in pots will help ensure the best possible performance.
We've launched a PR campaign - Dolce Heucheras: The Other flowering plant for part to full shade that starts with H. Dolce are the aristocrats of Heucheras (coral bells). As the Spokes-Heuchera, I say we start with me. My mounded, 8-16 inch clumps of scalloped, heart-shape leaves are veined and mottled in shades of bright lime green. These colors deepen and intensify in cool weather and my foliage keeps its looks all winter. In spring to summer, long, erect flower spikes of tiny, bell-shaped pink flowers rise as many as 10 inches above my leaves where they remain for weeks.
Dolce are Perennial in zones 4 - 9, drought tolerant, attract hummingbirds, and easy to grow. I'll get in trouble if I don't promote my siblings, too. So here goes: Blackcurrant, Creme Brulee, Creme de Menthe, Licorice, Mocha Mint, and Peach Melba.
- Leslie RobinsonGRAND JUNCTIONColoradoUnited States1 year ago
Seems to be the strongest chartreuse/yellow huechera here in a sunny, hot, very dry environment. Gets additional water but most still die off in a year; this really did look good all year.Leslie RobinsonGRAND JUNCTIONColoradoUnited States1 year ago
- Stephen Raven5 years ago
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Planted in full sun. Outstanding cultivar. Some years it is still glowing on Thanksgiving day. Long lived.Suzan McIntyreMaineUnited States5 years ago
I LOVE the color, the shape of the leaves and that it survived -40 this winter!!KathrynAlbertaCanada5 years ago
Very nice color. Looks good most of the year but does tend to fade a bit in the late summer. Still, it holds up wonderfully and I like it with Caramel.Tina RamseyTennesseeUnited States5 years ago
Terrific color, robust performer, undemanding. Grows in full sun in my patio bed and does very well.Gotti KelleyNew JerseyUnited States5 years ago
The color stays bright and the plant is robust.TracyWashingtonUnited States5 years ago
Great performer in the shade. It really lights up the dark spots with that essential bright green.Coleen TooneUtahUnited States5 years ago