Cherry-Red Foliage and BloomsCherry Cola is a colorful variety of Coral bells. It will bring your mixed beds three seasons of color, or would also do well as an edging plant or even in containers.Your Cherry Cola looks as delectably refreshing as the name sounds. The foliage has a dark red/brown hue that mimics the look of a cherry cola. Its low-growing leaves are gently lobed with a compact, mounding habit that would fit well in a variety of settings in your yard. In the spring, tall, 18-inch spires of tiny, cherry-red blossoms rise above the foliage for even more landscape color. Butterflies and other pollinators will be drawn to your yard to partake of its bounty.This floral beauty endures through early summer, and the foliage color maintains its vibrancy until frost. Even when the cold winds blow, your Cherry Cola will still present colorful contrast against the brown hues of winter and its white snows.Cherry Cola is drought tolerant and quite hardy. Fast-growing and long-lived, Cherry Cola is an easy to care for perennial. It has no insect or disease problems, and does well in a variety of conditions (but prefers sun for the best color).Overall, Cherry Cola is a carefree plant with exceptional benefits. With a few of these in your yard, you can count on outstanding color from spring through fall, and even some winter definition. Why not plant several today!*Red foliage color*Spring flowers*HardyKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Bright Chartreuse RufflesThe Coral Bells Lime Rickey, Heuchera ‘Lime Rickey’ (PP16,210), has outstanding chartreuse leaves with an abundance of small white flowers that appear on spindly stems to provide additional interest!The ruffled leaves then turn to lime green for the remainder of the growing season. For best results, Lime Rickey should be planted in full sun in the north, but generally prefers full shade in the south.Use this coral bells as a ground cover, in rock gardens, as a border plant or as an edging along paths and walkways.Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. But to keep ‘Lime Rickey’ looking its best, be sure to water in hot, dry weather, giving the plant about one inch of water per week.This Heuchera adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color. Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, this coral bell will surely become a “must have” plant as it provides a dramatic contrast in any shaded plant area. ‘Lime Rickey’ should not be left out of your shade perennial garden!* Ruffled Green Leaves Change Colors* Full Shade* Tiny White FlowersKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Hardy Perennial with 3-Season Foliage ColorAutumn Leaves Coral Bells is a perennial with outstanding three season foliage color. A few of these would look beautiful in your perennial border or work well as edging plants. Autumn Leaves would also be quite stunning as a container planting.Three shades of red in one plant; Autumn Leaves is like having a different plant each season. In fact, this variety of Coral Bells has some of the most vibrant color you’ll ever see in a Coral Bell. The show begins in spring with the delightfully pink-tinged, red colors on the gently lobed leaves. As the season progress’, a pleasing taupe takes over. Fall is when Autumn Leaves really lives up to its name as it displays blazing garnet-red color that will demand the notice of every passerby. As if the brilliant foliage wasn’t enough, your Autumn Leaves will put on a special show mid-summer. 15-inch shoots of fiery red will reach toward the sky and present a sprinkling of tiny pink-hued, white bells for a moment of whimsy amid the glory of early summer.Your Autumn Leaves Coral Bells is easy to care for, and bunnies and deer will leave it alone. It’s certainly a bright, vibrant plant for your landscape, and one that is sure to meet your expectations year after year.*Bright, changing foliage color*Early summer flowers*HardyKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Caramel and Brown Sugar HeartsThe Coral Bells Caramel, Heuchera ‘Caramel’ (PP16,562), has unique and glowing caramel-orange foliage on a vigorous growing plant.The improvements on this ‘Caramel’ must be seen to be appreciated. It features creamy colors and rosy brown sugar highlights!’Caramel’ thrives on heat and humidity and is one of the hardiest of all the coral bells. The foliage is one of the best features of coral bells because the leaves are large heart-shaped or rounded leaves with striking colors and variegation patterns.The small blooms that ‘Caramel’ displays will attract hummingbirds. Tiny white flowers are lifted above the wispy stems in early summer.Like most Coral Bells, ‘Caramel’ thrives in partial sunlight but once established it will also grow in shade. Use this coral bell as a ground cover, in rock gardens, as a border plant or as an edging along paths and walkways. ‘Caramel’ will surely become one of your favorites. This unusual colored coral bell is just waiting to be planted in your landscape!* Large Variegated Brown Heart Shaped Leaves* Part to Full Shade* Vigorous and HardyKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Columns of Bells over Frosty Green SeaCoral Bells Paris, Heuchera ‘Paris’, is as silvery colored as any of our “minty” selections. It has striking, white-veiled sea green foliage with ruffled edges. These leaves give rise to continuous columns of large, deep rose-colored flowers. ‘Paris’ is a 14″ mounding plant that combines the striking white-frosted green leaves with stalks of cheery rose-red flowers and repeat blooms until frost! Good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves.‘Paris’ looks especially good around the edge of borders, near variegated plants, woodland edges, rock gardens, perennial borders, or in mass to form an attractive ground cover.Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. ‘Paris’ needs about one inch of water per week; divide clumps in fall.Heuchera adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color. Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, ‘Paris’ will surely become a “must have” as it contrasts dramatically with other colors in your garden! * Stalks of Deep Rose Colored Flowers* Frosty Sea Green Foliage* Blooms Spring To FrostKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Shade Loving & Easy to GrowHeuchera Berry Smoothie (Coral Bell), Heuchera ‘Berry Smoothie’, adds a jolt of color to any shady area with its large, textured 5 inch rose pink leaves that hold their intense color all summer!Displaying wonderful light pink flowers that stand tall above its outstanding foliage, this coral bell presents a big bold habit with excellent color all year round.Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. The outstanding and colorful foliage is always there as other plants come in and out of bloom.Heuchera ‘Berry Smoothie’ adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color. Plant in containers, or this plant will live just about anywhere.Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, this will surely become one of your favorites. ‘Berry Smoothie’ is a coral bell just waiting to be planted in your landscape!* Large Pink Leaves and Flowers* Heat, Cold and Drought Tolerant* Shade or Part ShadeKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
One of Our Best Sellers with Unique, Deep Purple Foliage!The Heuchera ‘Palace Purple’, Heuchera micrantha, also known as Alumroot or Coral Bell, is one of the most popular Coral Bells on the market! Being named Perennial of the Year in 1991, one can see why. With its unique deep purple foliage, fading to bronzy green in hot summers, and its dark red stems, it is a little different than the rest.In the springtime, small pinkish and white flowers appear that last into the summer, however, Coral Bells are not known for their flowers, but their foliage.‘Palace Purple’ has a plant spread of 10-15” and a height of 12-18”. It is best to grow it in medium wet, well-drained soils, in full shade. (It can tolerate some morning sun.) ‘Palace Purple’ looks especially good around the edge of borders, near variegated plants, woodland edges, rock gardens, perennial borders, or in mass to form an attractive ground cover.Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. ‘Palace Purple’ needs about one inch of water per week; divide clumps in fall.Heuchera adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color. Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, ‘Palace Purple’ will surely become a “must have” as it contrasts dramatically with brighter colors in your garden!* Purple Foliage Fades to Green* Red Stems Support Pink and White Flowers* Morning Sun or Full ShadeKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Hot, Hot, Hot! Add more than a spark of color to your garden. Add Fire Alarm Coral Bells (Heuchera villosa ‘Fire Alarm’ PP24,525) and set your borders and beds ablaze!Fire Alarm’s wide leaves and strong stems are the deepest red available in the rainbow of colors that coral bells offer. The color is sharpest in the spring and the fall and only mellows a little bit in the summer. The red leaves are striking with deep green companions but for a real eye-popper try it with lime green heucheras or lemon yellow cypress (or even all three together!).Coral Bells are native to the southern U.S. and thrive under deciduous trees, but perform well in both sunny beds and shady borders. In summer Fire Alarm crowns itself with spikes of pink, bell-shaped flowers that are great to cut for ephemeral summer bouquets. Imagine a full bed of Fire Alarm Coral Bells in a molten river of color under your favorite tree or winding beside your patio or porch.In mild climates, Fire Alarm is “evergreen” and will give you great color year round.Don’t waste your time on wimpy colors – go red-hot with Fire Alarm Heuchera! Order yours today!* Striking red foliage * Sun or shade * Super easy care * Evergreen in mild climates * Very compact, perfect for containersKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Orange Foliage Fades to YellowCoral Bells Southern Comfort, Heuchera ‘Southern Comfort’, has orange foliage that has dark veins. The leaves emerge pumpkin orange and fade to a yellow -peachy-orange as the season progresses. It grows into a tidy 14′-22′ mound with 12″-14″ spread.It will grow in partial shade, but does well in full shade. Stalks with tiny white bell shaped flowers emerge in summer and continue through frost.It looks especially good around the edge of borders, near variegated plants, woodland edges, rock gardens, perennial borders, or in mass to form an attractive ground cover.Excellent in partly shaded borders, under trees, and even mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios.* Orange Foliage Fades to Yellow Peachy Orange* Thrives in full shade* White Flowers Summer Through FrostKeep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.
Giant Burgundy LeavesCoral Bells Georgia Peach, Heuchera ‘Georgia Peach’, has lots of burgundy purple leaves so does not get lost in a shady garden! With giant rounded leaves, it is twice the size of most coral bells, and as the season progresses, they become redder, always with a showy silver overlay! ‘Georgia Peach’ displays prays of creamy-white flowers from late-spring to midsummer.Plant it around the edge of borders, near variegated plants, woodland edges, rock gardens, perennial borders, or in mass to form an attractive ground cover; an ideal companion for hostas.This coral bell is excellent in partly shaded borders, under trees, and even mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios. Heuchera is susceptible to rot, so good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves.’Georgia Peach’ is a relatively low maintenance perennial, and this coral bell should be cut back in late fall in preparation for winter. Tolerating heat and humidity, it is better than most heucheras, so it performs well even in the South where it is an evergreen. It is content in sun or shade.’Georgia Peach’, adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color. This cheerful plant has enough glow to catch your eye!* Huge Leaves Darken Throughout the Season* Silver Highlights in Burgundy Leaves* Sun or Shade and Heat Tolerant* Astounding color Keep Your Coral Bells Looking Good.