I planted three Dwarf Peppermint Heuchera this last fall and they were happy beautiful plants. They survived the winter no problem and started pushing new growth this spring. I'm in the Pacific Northwest so our spring comes early.
Anyway, the new growth has no variegation at all.
The old growth is still there with all of its lovely variegation which makes the plant look a little strange. I've been watching it for a while now and the plants seem perfectly happy. They get sun and shade and water isn't an issue. They all changed at the same time and look the same. They are all now putting up new buds and will bloom soon. Did they all revert at the same time? I'm at a loss. Anyone have an insight here?
Here are some photos showing what they looked like, when I noticed the new growth wasn't variegated, and what they look like currently.
It is the plant on the far left of the pot.
The new growth with the old growth.
This is what it looks like currently.
And you can see that the old variegated leaves are still hiding down in there under all of the new leaves.
Anyone have any ideas?