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American Alumroot

Heuchera americana

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5 Comments

oxyjack
oxyjack 8 years ago

That's definitely the right sort of habitat. That species is found wild in your area too. Nice spotting, I love the variegated leaves.

LouisJayGiusto
LouisJayGiusto 8 years ago

It was growing wild. I posted another photo showing the terrain.

oxyjack
oxyjack 8 years ago

I think it may be Heuchera americana. Was this growing wild somewhere or in a garden?

LouisJayGiusto
LouisJayGiusto 8 years ago

Researching this now thanks!

oxyjack
oxyjack 8 years ago

Looks like a Heuchera. If it was blooming, I'd know for sure.

LouisJayGiusto
Spotted by
LouisJayGiusto

Tennessee, USA

Spotted on Apr 14, 2012
Submitted on Apr 22, 2012

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