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Image of Heuchera (Bressingham Hybrid) photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bressingham Hybrid Coralbells, Coralbells)

Heuchera ‘Bressingham Hybrids’ offer low, rounded mounds of marbled, silver and mint-green foliage which remain fresh and attractive throughout spring, summer and fall. Airy wands of tiny, tubular flowers in shades of red, pink and white appear in profusion from late spring through midsummer. The ‘Bressingham Hybrids’ are a seed-grown strain developed from the North American native Heuchera micrantha, an adaptable species hailing from the Pacific Northwest.

Although tolerant...

Image of Heuchera micrantha photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Alumroot, Crevice Alumroot)

Crevice alumroot, is an herbaceous perennial that originates from western North America. It is primarily grown for its large, mounded clumps of attractive, glossy, maple-like leaves that may be gray-green, dark green or purple, depending on the selection. In early to midsummer it puts forth tall stems topped with loose clusters of tiny white to pink bell-shaped flowers. These should be removed once they are finished blooming.

This perennial grows best in sites with part sun and fertile, but...

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James H. Schutte

(Alumroot, Palace Purple Alumroot)

Palace purple alumroot, is an evergreen herbaceous perennial grown for its mounded clumps of glossy, greenish-purple maple-like leaves. The large leaves, which are beet red on their undersides, retain their color all year if given enough light. In late spring to early summer, tall stems topped with loose panicles of tiny greenish, creamy white flowers emerge from basal clumps. The flowers attract bees and hummingbirds. Alumroot is native to western North America, where it grows in fertile, moist...

Image of Heuchera sanguinea photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Coralbells)

Coralbells is a popular perennial that originates from the southwestern United States. Unlike many other Heuchera, this species is primarily grown for its beautiful panicles of bell-shaped coral-red flowers that appear in late spring to early summer. These are subtended by marginally attractive mounded clusters of lobed, semi-evergreen leaves.

Coralbells need perfectly drained, average soil and do well in full sun to part shade. Their flowers attract hummingbirds and mix well with many other...

(Brandon's Pink Coralbells, Coralbells)

Heuchera saguinea ‘Brandon Pink’ is an old-fashioned, green-leaved coral bell which is noted for its brilliant flowers and exceptional cold hardiness. Its compact mounds of toothed, green foliage give rise to numerous, slender stems bearing panicles of small, bright coral-pink blossoms, which bloom over a long period from late spring to early summer.

Although tolerant of a variety of conditions including moderately dry shade, Heuchera sanguinea ‘Brandon Pink’ prefers reasonably...

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Jesse Saylor

(Coralbells, Firefly Coralbells)

Firefly coralbells is a popular perennial that originates from the southwestern United States. This showy cultivar is primarily grown for its beautiful, prolific panicles of bright red bell-shaped flowers that appear in late spring to early summer. These are subtended by neat, mounded clusters of lobed, semi-evergreen leaves.

Coralbells need perfectly drained, average soil and do well in full sun to part shade. Their flowers attract hummingbirds and mix well with many other perennials that bloom...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Coralbells, Ruby Bells Coralbells)

The brilliant flowers of Heuchera sanguinea ‘Ruby Bells’ bloom continuously over an extra-long period, giving this small perennial big impact. Its compact mounds of toothed, green foliage produce numerous, slender stems bearing panicles of small, bright ruby-red blossoms, which open in succession from late spring through midsummer. They are attractive to bees and butterflies and make excellent, long-lived cut flowers.

Although tolerant of a variety of conditions including moderately...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Coralbells, Snowfire Coralbells)

Coralbells is a popular perennial that originates from the southwestern United States. Unlike many other Heuchera, this species is primarily grown for its beautiful panicles of bell-shaped coral-red flowers that appear in late spring to early summer. These are subtended by marginally attractive mounded clusters of lobed, semi-evergreen leaves.

Coralbells need perfectly drained, average soil and do well in full sun to part shade. Their flowers attract hummingbirds and mix well with many other...

(Coralbells)

Heuchera sanguinea ‘Splendens’ is an old-fashioned, green-leaved coralbells cultivar which is valued for its airy panicles of brilliant, bell-shaped flowers. Its delicate stems arise from compact mounds of subtle, toothed, green foliage, and bear many small, scarlet-red blooms which appear from late spring to early summer. The blossoms are attractive to bees and hummingbirds, and make excellent, long-lived cut flowers.

Although tolerant of a variety of conditions including moderately...

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Jesse Saylor

(Coralbells)

Coralbells is a popular perennial that originates from the southwestern United States. Unlike many other Heuchera, this species is primarily grown for its beautiful panicles of bell-shaped coral-red flowers that appear in late spring to early summer. These are subtended by marginally attractive mounded clusters of lobed, semi-evergreen leaves.

Coralbells need perfectly drained, average soil and do well in full sun to part shade. Their flowers attract hummingbirds and mix well with many other...