In supersymmetric models, a correlation exists between the structure of the Higgs sector quartic potential and the coupling of the lightest CP-even Higgs to fermions and gauge bosons. We exploit this connection to relate the observed value of the Higgs mass m(h) approximate to 125 GeV to the magnitude of its couplings. We analyze different scenarios ranging from the MSSM with heavy stops to more natural models with additional non-decoupling D-term/F-term contributions. A comparison with the most recent LHC data, allows to extract bounds on the heavy Higgs boson masses, competitive with bounds from direct searches.