Heuchera 'Sweet Caroline' (Fox Series)

Heuchera 'Sweet Caroline' (Fox Series)  - image: RHS
Heuchera 'Sweet Caroline' (Fox Series) - image: RHS

This new cultivar was created five years ago to add to Plantagogo’s Fox Series using other hybrids in the series as parent plants.

A bright lemon/lime with pink flowers, very hardy, and bred to do well in a UK climate.

Eye-catching, neat, evergreen foliage changes throughout the seasons, accompanied by great long lasting salmon-pink flowers.

Bred, produced & grown in the UK, H. ‘Sweet Caroline’ is easy to grow, quick to flower, and loved by the bees.

It is one of the toughest limes shades Plantagogo has grown.

It is being launched at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017 and entered into the RHS Chelsea Plant of the Year competition.


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