<i>Heuchera villosa</i> 'Autumn Bride'<br>Hairy Alumroot
<i>Heuchera villosa</i> 'Autumn Bride'<br>Hairy Alumroot
<i>Heuchera villosa</i> 'Autumn Bride'<br>Hairy Alumroot

Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride'
Hairy Alumroot

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Deer ResistantButterfly FriendlyPart ShadeShadeBird Friendly
Hairy Alumroot / Coral Bells
Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride'

Big fuzzy lime-green, trident-shaped leaves form a dense mound that serves as the backdrop to long plumes of white flowers, blooming in August. Native critters crave its excellent cover and many love its nectar. Thrives in most garden situations and is deer resistant and drought tolerant.

  • Provides excellent native critter cover
  • Late bloom is perfect for cutting
  • Large, lime-green foliage makes it stand out
  • Forms an outstanding massed groundcover in shade
  • Great deer resistant edging plant or groundcover


Native Range

Heuchera villosa is found in rocky outcrops and cliffs from New York to Missouri, south to Mississippi and Georgia. 

Beneficial to wildlife and grows well from the eastern US west to the Mountain States in all areas, except southern Florida and Texas.

Map Credit: The Biota of North America 
Map Key: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)




Heuchera villosa is one of the largest leaved Alumroots and makes a great native substitute for Hosta in the shady border.



Grow in part sun to full shade in moist of average soil. Water well on planting and regularly until established. Trim to crown in late Fall.


Mature Size: 18-24"T x 18-24"W

Hardiness Zone: 3-8

Sun Exposure: Part sun to full shade

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