What is eating my coral bells?
Voles and rabbits are the animals that eat Coral Bells. Use liquid fencing and traps to get rid of them.
Will heuchera leaves grow back?
Although most heuchera plants are evergreen in mild climates, the top is likely to die down where winters are chilly. This is normal, and with a little TLC, you can be assured that the roots are protected and your heuchera will rebound in spring.
What causes brown spots on coral bells?
(Coral bells) get both fungal and bacterial leaf diseases. Pseudomonas causes "reddish" brown spots that may cause the leaf to distort. Xanthomonas causes small brown angular to circular spots with yellow halos.
What animal eats coral bells leaves?
The astringent (bad tasting) Heuchera and tiarella leaves are generally left alone by deer and rabbits. This makes them a great substitute for hosta where the deer pressure is high. Just remember that, in the middle of winter a ravenous deer or rapacious rabbit will eat anything, including a heuchera.
Is ericaceous compost acidic?
Ericaceous compost is acidic, with a pH of between four and five. It's suitable for growing ericaceous or acid-loving plants, which need a growing medium that's free from lime (alkalinity), such as blueberries and rhododendrons.
Can you propagate Heuchera?
The plant prefers to grow in locations with morning sunlight and a well-draining soil. Propagate the Heuchera plant through root division or stem and leaf cuttings. The Heuchera plant can be divided every three to four years by removing young roots growing off the main crown.