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Heucherella Solar Eclipse Foamy Bells
Heucherella x 'Solar Eclipse' Plant Patent #23647
Scalloped, multi-colored leaves cover this evergreen plant for year round interest in cottage or rustic gardens.
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|1 Gallon Pot||$22.95|
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Heucherella Solar Eclipse Plants for Sale Online
Heucherella Solar Eclipse offers eye-catching foliage that looks like the reddish-brown centers have eclipsed the neon green edges, hence the name. the leaves are scalloped and cover the perennial in a mounding form. These plants are tolerant of a number of conditions, making them a good ground cover plant.
|Mature Height:||12 Inches|
|Mature Width:||12 to 15 Inches|
|Sunlight:||Full sun to part shade|
How to Care for Heucherella Solar Eclipse Foamy Bells
After purchasing your Heucherella Solar Eclipse, be sure to read our recommended care instructions to guarantee a happy and healthy plant.
How often should I water my Heucherella Solar Eclipse?
This plant requires average water needs. Water once a week but adjust accordingly for hot climates.
How do I plant my Heucherella Solar Eclipse?
Dig a hole that is twice as deep but no wider than the container the Foamy Bells came in. Remove the plant from its container and place in the hole. Fill in the holes with a mixture of the original soil and organic materials such as topsoil or compost. Water well to allow the roots to settle.
What is the optimal light for Foamy Bells Solar Eclipse?
Foamy Bells can thrive in a wide range of light conditions from full sun to partial shade, making them the ideal companion plant for any garden.
When should I fertilize Heucherella Foamy Bells Solar Eclipse?
This perennial plant does not need to be fertilized, so if you choose to, be careful not to over fertilize the plant. Apply a small amount of all-purpose fertilizer in the spring.