Metallic Bronze Red LeavesThe Coral Bell Hollywood, ‘Heuchera ‘Hollywood’, PPAF, has white veiled foliage with lightly ruffled metallic leaves.In the springtime, dense coral flowers appear that last into the summer, being a strong re-bloomer. However, Coral Bells are not known for their flowers, but their foliage.‘Hollywood’ has a plant spread of 18” and a height of 8”. It is best to grow ‘Hollywood’ in medium wet, well-drained soils, in full shade. (It can tolerate some morning sun.)‘Hollywood’ 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.Great for a beginner gardener because it is easy to grow!Coral Bells adds flavor to any perennial garden. Plant it in containers or just about anywhere. It attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.*Metallic Bronze Red Foliage*Full or Part Shade*Rebloomer.
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.
Profuse Pink PowerHeuchera Vienna, Heuchera ‘Vienna’, is amazingly versatile and reliable. It shows off a wonderful orange to rose-orange leaf color which fades to a green with red veins. It matures into a mounding compact plant.The reblooming rose pink flowers appear on short wands in summer. It blooms and blooms, and anyone who sees this plant is bound to be impressed!Used in the front of the border, for accent, or in containers, Vienna will hold its color all season. This coral bell can handle full sun in the north, but in the southern areas morning sun is best.Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. But to keep ‘Vienna’ looking its best, be sure to water in hot, dry weather, giving the plant about one inch of water per week. Deer resistant.Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, this coral bell will surely become a “must have” in the garden with it outstanding texture, vigor and vibrant color!* Orange Red Leaves Fade to Green* Profuse and Extended Flowering* Heat and Humidity Tolerant.
Triple shot of color for the shade! Coral Bells are always a treat in the shady garden, but Nature Hills has got a real ‘Triple Treat’ for you! We are offering three of your favorite heucheras in one container for an instant colorfest in your shady garden or on your shady porch or patio.We are pleased to offer a combo of:1. Lime Marmelade (Heuchera ‘Lime Marmelade’) – The super frilly leaves are a hot color of chartreuse lime that makes everything next to it pop. It really draws the eye during the day and practically glows in the evening.2. ‘Forever’ Purple (Heuchera ‘TNHEUFP’) – The purplest of the purples! The glossy and highly scalloped leaves of ‘Forever’ Purple are the brightest shade of this color to date. They have prominent veining that makes them look sweetly lacey.3. ‘Forever’ Red (Heuchera ‘TNHEUFR’) – This coral bell isn’t as ruffled as the other two, but it makes up for it with its ravishing color. It is reddest in the spring and in the fall when the weather is cool.Put together these three amigos put on a fantastic party! They are evergreen in all but the harshest climates and hold their color whether they are in the Deep South or the Great Northwest.Though they are prized for their leaf color they all shoot up spikes of sweet little bell-shaped flowers in the spring and summer – cream, purple and white respectively.You can plant them on them shady side of your house or under a big shade tree. They excel in pots or containers and make a gorgeous entry statement flanking the front door on the porch. We know that you will love this designer combination of colors and textures. Order a few and have an instant shade garden today! * Bright colored leaves year round * Easy care* Good under trees* Great for containers.
Coral Bell with Bright Peach ColorPeach Crisp is a variety of Coral Bell with bright peach color all summer long. These make terrific ground covers and also spice up mixed borders. Why not plant a few in patio containers as well to bring additional color to your summer palette. The foliage of your Peach Crisp looks good enough to eat! Rounded, ruffled leaves in shades of peach, red and amber grow in a dense, mounded habit. It looks like a perfect, fluffy ball of peach perfection. In early summer 15 inch shoots will spring up above the compact foliage sprinkled with tiny, white bell flowers. The effect is light and airy, a perfect complement to the dense, rich leaves. Butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinators will come in for a visit, contributing to your plant’s ethereal allure all summer long.Your Peach Crisp is drought, heat and humidity tolerant, this little plant can take a lot. Even the cut flowers are durable, a delicate addition to household bouquets with larger, more common summer blooms. You won’t have to worry about deer and bunnies nibbling on your Peach Crisp, as it doesn’t hold any interest to your woodland friends. A hardy and beautiful plant, Peach Crisp will be a lovely addition to your yard, providing color you can count on all summer long.*Bright peach foliage*Delicate flowers*Hardy*Wildlife interest.
Silver SylphThe Coral Bells Venus, ‘Heuchera ‘Venus’, displays large, silvery green foliage with deep green veining.The nearly white flowers appear above the foliage in late spring. This plant will mature to a mound of interesting foliage about 15″-24″ inches with a spread of 12″-15″ inches.Stalks of white bell shaped flowers will emerge in early summer and bloom until frost. The effect of white flowers over silvery green foliage is startling.It can be planted in full sun to full shade, but would prefer some shade during the heat of the day.The ‘Venus’ Coral Bells makes an excellent accent plant, border plant, container plant, and for massing.Coral Bells are easy to grow and blend in nicely with many other perennials in the landscape.Coral Bells are grown more for their foliage color, but the small blooms that they contain will attract hummingbirds.* Silvery Green Leaves with Dark Green Veins* White Flowers Summer Through Frost* Full Sun to Full Shade .
Chocolate Ruffles Coral Bells, Heuchera ‘Chocolate Ruffles’, is a clump-forming perennial that forms a dense carpet of low-growing beauty, with sumptuous chocolate leaves.It shows fantastic highlights of burgundy throughout the veins and on the underside of the foliage. Its young foliage has deeply ruffled edges which loosen up with age.Thousands of small, purplish flowers on strong purple spikes add to its appeal. With Chocolate Ruffles you get rich chocolate and ruffles without the calories!Best grown in organically rich, humusy, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. It does well in full sun in the northern part of its range, and prefers part shade in the hot summers of the Deep South.Chocolate Ruffles Coral Bells provides color and contrast to the rock garden, perennial border or open woodland garden. Plant Ruffles in masses to form an attractive ground cover.* Easy to grow* Boldly colored leaves* Easy to maintain.
Ruffles and PeachesHeuchera Midas Touch (Coral Bell), Heuchera ‘Midas Touch’, flaunts its peachy gold, puckered and ruffled foliage that adds a touch of lustrous gold to your landscape.This amazing coral bell has striking fluted, ruffled, heavily veined foliage in every shade from the palest gold to blushing peach.The creamy white flowers appear on airy stems in early spring to summer, but the foliage is what draws attention to this plant.Midas Touch is a vigorous growing Heuchera that creates a colorful compact mound and will add brilliant colors to mixed borders and combination. Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant.But to keep Midas Touch looking its best, be sure to water in hot, dry weather, giving the plant about one inch of water per week.Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, this coral bell will surely become a “must have” plant for your borders, containers or mass plantings.Midas Touch can be used to create awesome autumn-themed arrangements.*Peachy Gold Ruffled Foliage*Heavily Veined Leaves*Full Sun to Full Shade.
Bright Lime LeavesCoral Bells Citronelle, Heuchera x villosa ‘Citronelle’ PPAF, is a flashy new sport of Heuchera ‘Caramel’. The large lobed leaves are a striking lime-yellow color that will definitely draw attention in the garden!Since it is a villosa type, Heuchera ‘Citronelle’ is a strong grower and sun tolerant. The creamy white flowers in mid to late summer are an added bonus, but this hot new Heuchera is worthy of planting just for the foliage alone!Very unusual and striking, plant ‘Citronelle’ coral bell in medium wet, well-drained soils, in full shade. Heuchera is susceptible to rot, so good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves.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.’Citronelle’ is excellent in partly shaded borders, under trees, and even mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios.Plant this coral bell where the striking lime-yellow color can be seen and enjoyed for many months.*Large Lime Leaves*Sun or Shade Tolerant*Vigorous Growth.
The Coral Bells, Frosted Violet PP15085, ‘Heuchera ‘Frosted Violet’, is a vigorous growing plant with purple foliage and darker veining; forms a vigorous but neat clump . Silver hairs cover the top of the leaves which gives it a shiny or frosted appearance!Its attractive crinkled lobed leaves emerge dark green in spring, turning deep purple in color with unique burgundy undersides, and tinges of silver the rest of the year.The tiny, pale pink flowers rise above the foliage . Appearing in late spring to early summer on slender, wiry stems, these colorful cuties rise well above the foliage mound up to 30” tall.The foliage color of ‘Frosted Violet’ is enhanced and deepens in cool weather for a great early spring and fall show!Use this plant for mass planting, as a ground cover or grouping or specimen. The ‘Frosted Violet’ can be used in rock gardens, borders and open woodland gardens and as border or edger along paths.A relatively low maintenance perennial, this coral bell should be cut back in late fall in preparation for winter.‘Frosted Violet’ adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color* Vigorous* Wiry stems* Rich color .
The Coral Bells Splendens, ‘Heuchera sanguinea ‘Splendens’, is an evergreen, tuft forming perennial producing vivid, scarlet flowers that bloom in late spring-early summer. The foliage is dark green, and geranium-like.The basal foliage is heart shaped or roundish with 5-7 slightly toothed lobes. Its crinkled lobed leaves remain dark green in color throughout the year. The unique-looking flowers of ‘Splendens’ coral bells are wonderful for a border. Making a great groundcover too, ‘Splendens’ is a low maintenance perennial, and should be cut back in late fall in preparation for winter.Coral bells are susceptible to rot, so good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves. Plant coral bells in average to moist conditions and don’t allow them to dry out. ‘Splendens’ performs well in both full sun and full shade; generally will do well under trees. It makes a good choice for attracting hummingbirds to your yard, and it is a relatively low maintenance perennial, and should be cut back in late fall in preparation for winterThis coral bell is excellent when mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios, so enjoy the color and texture of this dense, mounded, herbaceous evergreen perennial all year round!* Low maintenance* Hardy* Evergreen.
Sparkling Burgundy FoliageCoral Bells Sparkling Burgundy, Heuchera ‘Sparkling Burgundy’, has glowing raspberry-red foliage that sparkles all summer long before it darkens in winter. In the spring, the deep burgundy foliage makes a stunning contrast with the tiny, white, bell-shaped flowers that dangle above the foliage.’Sparkling Burgundy’ 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.Coral Bells are susceptible to rot, so good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves. Plant this coral bell in average to moist conditions and don’t allow it to dry out. This plant performs well in both full sun and full shade; generally will do well under trees. It makes a good choice for attracting hummingbirds to your yard, and ‘Sparkling Burgundy’ is a relatively low maintenance perennial, and should be cut back in late fall in preparation for winterThis coral bell is excellent when mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios, so enjoy the color and texture of this dense, mounded, herbaceous evergreen perennial all year round!*Burgundy Foliage*White Flower Bells in Summer*Full Sun to Full Shade* Evergreen.
Heuchera Electric Lime (Coral Bell), Heuchera ‘Electric Lime’, creates an intense lime-colored mound with huge leaves during the summer months.It gradually changes to an electrifying pale yellow with blood red veins in cool temperatures. This coral bell produces white flowers during the summer that appear on attractive stems.Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. But to keep Electric Lime looking its best, be sure to water in hot, dry weather, giving the plant about one inch of water per week.Heuchera adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color. Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, this will surely become a “must have” plant for your borders, containers or mass plantings; deer resistant.‘Electric Lime’ is a big sister to ‘Electra’. With its fantastic foliage and mounding growth, this coral bell is just waiting to be planted in your landscape!* Drought tolerant* Seasonal color* Withstands heat and humidity.
The Coral Bells Mocha, Heuchera x villosa ‘Mocha’, displays deep chocolate-colored foliage that is truly a guilt-free indulgence!These hardy perennials are known for their unique and brilliantly colored foliage, as well as their airy sprays of dainty bell-shaped flowers.It’s unusual chocolate brown leaves intensify in color to near black from exposure to summer sun. It is excellent in partly shaded borders, under trees, and even mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios. Good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves.Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, this coral bell will surely become a “must have” plant for your borders, containers or mass plantings.* Deer resistant* Rabbit resistant* Chocolate Nice!.
The Heuchera ‘Purple Petticoats’, Heuchera micrantha, is also called Alumroot and Crimson Bells. It is a robust, stocky Heuchera that’s easy and reliable. This plant is simply superb!It is a new Dan Heim’s introduction that is destined to become one of the best from the entire line of coral bells. The solid dark purple leaf has an intensely ruffled edge and is simply dramatic.As in most Coral Bells, the flowers are insignificant, but the strongly ruffled leaves are a rich chocolate with bright burgundy undersides, and you actually see the bright purple undersides of the leaves as they curl up!’Purple Petticoats’ flourish in compost-like, well-drained soils with morning sun; fertilize once in early spring as plants are flushing out.It is best to allow plants to dry out a bit between waterings since coral bells do not like soggy, clay soils.Try ‘Purple Petticoats’ in combos with purples, yellows, and reds. A mass of ‘Purple Petticoats’ by a blue hosta would be striking!* Robust* Reliable * Striking.