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Heuchera - Coral Bells

Heuchera (Coral Bells) is a genus of semi-evergreen perennials that are popular for their tidy mounds of colorful foliage, often purple of bronze tinted, and their long, wands of tiny bell-shaped flowers appearing in spring until early summer. Fabulous as ground cover, Heucheras are indispensable elements of the shade garden.

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Heuchera 'Amethyst Myst' (Coral Bells)

Heat and humidity tolerant, Heuchera 'Amethyst Myst' features glossy, plum-burgundy leaves adorned with a silvery-blue overlay and extensive black veining. It is named after the light silver dusting that seems to glow. All leaves have rich royal purple undersides.

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Heuchera 'Autumn Leaves' (Coral Bells)

Changes its personality as the days grow longer! In spring, the mid-sized leaves emerge red, change to taupe in summer, then deepen to ruby red in fall.

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Heuchera 'Bella Notte' (Coral Bells)

Elegant, Heuchera 'Bella Notte' features large, gently ruffled, lightly silvered, dark purple leaves. Blooming continuously from late spring to early fall, colorful panicles of bell-shaped, rose pink and light pink flowers are borne on dark red stems rising up to 13 in. (32 cm), above the evergreen foliage. Perfect to create a striking statement in the rock garden, perennial border, along paths or in containers. This Villosa hybrid is heat tolerant.

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Heuchera 'Black Taffeta' (Coral Bells)

Vigorous and reliable, Heuchera 'Black Taffeta' features large, glossy, heavily ruffled, silky black leaves. In late spring to early summer, panicles of small, bell-shaped, pink flowers bloom on slender white stems rising up to 21 in. (22 cm), well above the evergreen foliage. Perfect to create a striking statement in the rock garden, perennial border, along paths or in containers.

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Heuchera 'Blondie' (Coral Bells)

Extremely compact, Heuchera 'Blondie' is a lovely miniature Coral Bells with a rich caramel foliage of lobed, rounded leaves. In late spring to late summer, abundant panicles of small, bell-shaped, creamy yellow flowers bloom on short stems (up to 20 at a time!), just above the evergreen foliage. A terrific choice for adding a touch of color in the rock garden, perennial border, along paths or in containers.

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Heuchera 'Caramel' (Coral Bells)

More tolerant of hot and humid summers than most heucheras, 'Caramel' is an exceptionally pretty variety of Coral Bells with a unique foliage of rounded leaves, emerging gray-red in spring and maturing to apricot-caramel with burgundy-red undersides by summer.

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Heuchera 'Champagne' (Coral Bells)

Compact and showy, Heuchera 'Champagne' (Coral Bells) features a bold foliage changing from peach to gold to champagne-gold with a strong white veil overall. In late spring to late summer, panicles of small, bell-shaped, pale peach flowers bloom on slender stems rising up to 14 in. (35 cm) above the semi-evergreen foliage. A terrific choice for adding a touch of color in the rock garden, perennial border, along paths or in containers.

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Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles' (Coral Bells)

Considered one of the best of the purple foliage Heuchera cultivars, Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles' is a particularly attractive variety of Coral Bells with its foliage of deeply cut, rounded, long-petioled, heavily ruffled leaves which emerge coppery-pink, but mature to rich chocolate with deep burgundy undersides, providing a warm color contrast

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Heuchera 'Citronelle' (Coral Bells)

Robust and compact, Heuchera 'Citronelle' features showy, citron yellow leaves adorned with silver undersides that retain their luminous color throughout the growing season. If planted in a shady area, the foliage becomes more chartreuse. In mid-summer, panicles of small, bell-shaped, creamy flowers bloom on slender stems rising up to 14 in. (35 cm), just above the semi-evergreen foliage. A terrific choice for adding a touch of color in the rock garden, perennial border, along paths or in containers.

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Heuchera 'Coco' (Coral Bells)

A miniature variety of Coral Bells, Heuchera 'Coco' forms a tight mound of rounded, lobed, dark chocolate leaves. The wonderful foliage retains its showy color throughout the growing season. Blooming from spring to fall, panicles of small, bell-shaped, pink flowers bloom on slender stems rising just above the semi-evergreen foliage. Great for rock gardens, borders and containers.

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Heuchera 'Delta Dawn' (Coral Bells)

Electrify your landscape with Heuchera 'Delta Dawn', a lovely variety of Coral Bells with a bold evergreen foliage of lobed, rounded, gold to lime leaves contrasting with their red centers in the spring and fall

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Heuchera 'Electra' (Coral Bells)

Electrify your landscape with Heuchera 'Electra', a lovely variety of Coral Bells with a bold foliage of lobed, rounded leaves changing color throughout the seasons

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Heuchera 'Electric Lime' (Coral Bells)

Electrify your landscape with Heuchera 'Electric Lime', a lovely variety of Coral Bells with a bold foliage of large, large lime green leaves adorned with contrasting blood-red veins in cool temperatures. It forms a large mound In late spring to early summer, attractive spikes of densely packed, white flowers rise above the large semi-evergreen foliage foliage mound.

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Heuchera 'Fire Alarm' (Coral Bells)

Heuchera 'Fire Alarm' is a striking cultivar of Coral Bells with its foliage of thick, leathery leaves changing color throughout the seasons. In spring, the large glossy leaves emerge bright red, then deepen to brown-red during the summer before turning fiery red in fall.

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Heuchera 'Fire Chief' (Coral Bells)

Creating gorgeous, colorful mounds, the lobed, rounded, mid-sized leaves emerge glowing wine red in spring, then mature to deeper crimson shades in summer and fall before slightly browning out in winter.

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