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Heuchera...'Dolce Peach Melba'

Where did you get your plants? I have looked online but didn't find my information on this plant.
Dolce Peach is much more subtle...softer peaches with darker peach tones
here and there, hints of green and raspberry...one of the proven winners.

> sounds nice. Is it like Marmalade and
Amber Waves in color?
> Kitty
> -------------- Original message -------------- >
> > Last week I added some Heuchera...'Dolce Peach Melba' and 'Amethyst
> > with Lysimachia nummularia 'Goldilocks', and some sweetpeas in a
> > bed near a tulip popular. Noticed that something was eating on them > > but
> > hope they can get established there.
> > Bonnie ETN Zone 7

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