- Common Name(s):
- Hairy alumroot
- Perennials, Wildflowers
Wildlife Value: Members of the genus Heuchera support the following specialized bee: Colletes aestivalis.
- Late spring to summer
- 8-32 in.
- Basal, long stalked, 2-4.5 in. leaves; 7 to 9 sharply toothed lobes; hairy stems
- Small flowers with white or pink petals; two to three times as long as the bell-shaped calyx; rusty, hairy flowering stalk
- Damp rocks, rich, rocky wooded slopes
NCCES plant id: 2606