Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

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Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby Hostadream » Jun 21, 2011 12:37 pm

Hi there, for people who loves Heucheras there is a new photo-update by Heucheradream.

You can see a lot of new and older Heucheras / Heucherellas.

You can see this on the updatepage > http://www.heuchera.org/updates.htm

Also Heucheradream introduce a new Heuchera & Tiarella.
See the photos under and more photos on the website.

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Fine day!

Greetings, Dirk.
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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby rosemarie » Jun 21, 2011 11:29 pm

Guess who has to find Heuchera Karma??? :lol:
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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby kHT » Jun 22, 2011 6:07 pm

Thanks Rosemarie!!! So Dirk is that special on available in the States yet? :lol:
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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby rosemarie » Jun 22, 2011 11:39 pm

And if it is, let me know okay? :D
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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby Hostadream » Jun 23, 2011 8:18 am

Hi there, not avaiable everywhere on the moment :-)
Karma is just at home.

But maybe next year is sending in a neutral envelope possible for interesting people.
Who have interest can contact me.

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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby thy » Jun 28, 2011 5:48 pm

:lol: :lol: Dirk, you'r a fast learner...
I thoutht about finding some heucheras when I worked the garden today... I have a passion for dark purple ones with yellow or lime hostas :D

Do you expect ME to remember your new intros :-? :D :D
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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby Hostadream » Jun 29, 2011 1:06 am

Hi Pia, i post new Hosta's also on the forum. Or also check the website.
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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby Angel3K » Jul 19, 2011 11:13 am

Greeting Dirk:)

Oh people, don't get me started on Heucheras, I got two of the already. Of course, I got the classic "palace purple" and another one, unknown...because it was in the Perennial Pot from Home Depot.

I got the Palace Purple Heuchera for my birthday - July 11th.

Now, this palace purple, I saw a slug walking on its leaves yesterday and I thought "oh my, just like my hosta - slug o' magnet". To my surprise, no holes on the leaves. Slug just pass by--- or maybe a hairy left is not part of its diet.

Whatever it is that kept the slug from eating it, I am increasing my heuchera population. :)

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Re: Heucheradream photo-update 21.06.2011

Postby Hostadream » Jul 19, 2011 11:29 am

Hi Angie, don't be afraid from slugs by Heuchera's, thay don't eat it.
And if you see holes than you have perhaps caterpillars.

But keep them well and it is a fine plant from your garden :-)

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