Heucherella, also known as foamy bells, are a type of perennials that are found in gardens. They are a hybrid genus produced from a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella. They have attractive foliage and can be used as groundcovers or in pots. Heucherella come in a variety of colors including silver, green, and bronze.
Heucherella make attractive groundcovers in the garden and can also be used in pots. They come in a variety of colors, including silver, green, and bronze, so they can be used to add color to a garden. Heucherella also need regular watering and fertilizing.
To care for heucherella, water them regularly and fertilize them every few weeks. In the winter, heucherella should be kept in a cool place with plenty of light.
Pests and diseases that can affect heucherella include aphids, slugs, and powdery mildew. If these pests or diseases are detected, treatment should be administered as soon as possible.