Mukdenia rossii

Mukdenia rossii


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Mukdenia rossii is a tough, low growing plant that originated in northeastern China and Korea. This Heuchera relative has thick and glossy  bronze toned maple-like foliage emerging in the spring from a slowly spreading rhizome. Branched panicles of tiny white bell shaped  flowers rise over the newly emerged leaves. The foliage matures to medium green, before the leaf tips  blush burgundy in fall.  An all round excellent plant for gardens in part shade.



Hardiness Zone: Zone 4 to Zone 8
Light Requirements: Part Shade to Full Sun
Height: 20 cm to 45 cm
Spread: 30 cm to 60 cm
Soil Requirements: Humus rich, moist, well drained soils
Bloom Time Mid spring
Planting Time: Early spring to early fall
Use: Accent plant, ground cover, mixed borders, rock gardens, woodland gardens
Flower Colour & Shape: Small starry bell shaped upright white flowers held on branched panicles above the foliage
Foliage: Thick glossy palmate green leaves with 5 to 9 lobes. Bronze green on emergence, turns green, with burgundy tips by late summer, flushing orange red in autumn
Benefits: Multi-season interest, ground cover

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