Dr. Leonard P. Perry, Extension Associate Professor, University of Vermont
height x width: 18-24" x 18-36"
flowers: butter/light/buff yellow, early to late summer
hardiness: USDA zones 3-9
interest: *1992 Perennial Plant of the Year (Perennial Plant Assn.)
*hybrid with other species
*finely cut leaves, "thread-like"
*Heuchera americana 'Pewter Veil'-- most popular of the new coralbell introductions from Dan Heims or Portland, Oregon; 6" wide leaves with metallic, pewter-colored finish, netted with purple veins when mature, coppery pink when young; flowers ivor y late spring to mid-summer but secondary in importance.
*Hemerocallis 'Catherine Woodbury'-- delicate orchid pink, mid-July to mid-August; 30-36" x 30"; popular.
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