Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride' forms large mounds of large, fuzzy, chartreuse to lime-green leaves. Commonly referred to as as Coral Bells, Heuchera 'Autumn Bride' sends up fountains of creamy white flowers on narrow stems above the foliage in late summer. It is long-blooming and suitable as a cut flower.
Also known as Alumroot, Heuchera villosa is an evergreen perennial native to the southeastern United States. Heuchera 'Autumn Bride' is one of the best performers in the humid south and mid-Atlantic states.
Heuchera 'Autumn Bride' prefers light to partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. It is very heat and drought tolerant once established. Frequent division helps to maintain its vigor. 'Autumn Bride' readily self-sows.