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Heuchera 'Royal Velvet' (PP#16,335) is a 2004 introduction notable for its rich dark purple and silver foliage with velvety fuzz.

Growth Habit - It forms a loose mound of foliage about 8" high X 12" wide. The flower stems rise to about 24".

Foliage -
The leaves are about 4" across and burgundy marked with silver on the upper side and dark red-purple on the underside. The leaf petioles are enhanced by dense, lighter colored fuzz.

Flowers -
The showy flowers are white from pink-purple buds and are borne in late spring.

Special Features -
 The velvety pubescence of 'Royal Velvet' is unusual and makes an interesting contrast with other shade garden foliage like hosta or Japanese painted fern.
Heuchera 'Royal Velvet'
Heuchera 'Royal Velvet' in a garden Heuchera 'Royal Velvet' flowers

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