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Elmera racemosa
Elmera racemosa

Family: Saxifragaceae
Hardiness: Zones 5-8, likely lower
Mature Size: 4"-10" tall and wider.
Exposure: Sun-Part Sun
Bloom Time: April-May
Moisture Needs: Moist
Deer Resistant:
Origin: Washington, British Columbia
Price: $15.00
Pot Size: Medium Band Pot

Stock Status:(Out of Stock)
Product Code: P7892

Yellow Coralbells.  Heuchera relative native to subalpine and alpine scree slopes and ledges in the Olympic and Cascade Mts in Washington and British Columbia.  This collection is from Snohomish County by Alex Wright. Small rounded 1"-2" leaves can form dense mats and the creamy yellow flowers are 4"-10" stems are pretty nice especially if a dark rock mulch is used.  Good rock garden plant as you have already intuited.  When hiking, we always give a "Hey Elmer!" when we walk past.