Coral Bells [Heuchera]
Coral Bells [Heuchera] A favourite plant of mine. Sun & Shade - Some call HUCHERA ~ "The New Hosta"
New Shade-Loving Perennial Varieties for 2013
New Shade-Loving Perennial Variety for 2013 - 'Circus' Coralbells or Heuchera... In the spring, it has peach-color leaves with deep red veins. In summer, the red veins remain but leaves slowly turn chartreuse with highlights of silver, shooting up reddish-purple stems bearing small, bright pink bell-shape flowers. Grow in shade or part shade in well-drained soil - For Zones 4-9. Grows 14"T & W - Good with Hostas. [via bhg.com]
The Best New Shade Perennials for 2014
Buttered Rum' heucherella has caramel-color maplelike leaves that will stand out in your shade garden. Small white flowers appear in the spring, and in the fall the leaves turn a lovely shade of rose-red. 'Buttered Rum' looks great planted by itself or mixed with heuchera and hosta in borders or containers. Growing Conditions: Shade, Partial shade Size: 7–10 inches tall, 12–15 inches wide Zones: 4–9 Source: Terra Nova
Coralbells Offer a Broad Palette of Colors to Choose From
Coralbells In spring and early summer, coralbells produce sprays of pink, red, or white flowers. These flowers are a top choice of hummingbirds. Name: Heuchera varieties Growing conditions: Part shade and well-drained soil Height: To 3 feet tall Zones: 4-8 | BHG's Plant Encyclopedia.