Heuchera villosa is an evergreen perennial from the Saxifragaceae family of plants. It is native to the Eastern United States. They also call it the Hairy Alumroot or Hairy Alum Root. The name heuchera honors Johan Heinrick von Heucher (1677-1747), the German botanist, and villosa means covered with hair.
It grows to a height of 2.5ft or 75cm and it is clump-forming. The stems and leaves are hairy, and the foliage is green, large, lobed, and toothed. Pale pink flowers grow in panicles that appear from June to October.
How to grow Heuchera villosa:
Grow Heuchera villosa in the sun or partial shade as it tolerates shade. Plant it evenly moist, fertile, humus-rich, but well-drained soil. Deadhead the flowers to increase blooming. Propagate by division. Heuchera villosa attracts butterflies and bees. It is generally disease-free or pest-free and it is drought-tolerant.