Coral Bells - Heuchera


4 – 9


12 – 18 inches



By: Meriel Bradley

Corel Bells or Heucheras add stunning leaf colour to the garden from greens to gold, lime, burgundy, and more.

The leaves not only add colour but shape and texture too and areĀ often large and heart-shaped with cut edges and can sometimes be ruffled.

They grow graceful clusters of flowers on arching stems from late spring and into summer – which the hummingbirds love.

Quick Facts

Grows best in shade or dappled shade

Flowers appear in spring through to summer

Grown for leaf colour and texture

Grows 12 – 18 inches tall

Hardy zones 4 – 9

Good for hummingbirds

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