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Heucheras aka "Coral Bells" are one of the most versatile landscape plants for shade partial shade areas. So many yummy colors.

Citronelle Coral Bells (Heuchera villosa 'Citronelle'):  10"h x 14"w, partial to full sun, dramatic lime-yellow leaves, creamy white spike blooms in late summer.

Citronelle Coral Bells (Heuchera villosa 'Citronelle'): x partial to full sun, dramatic lime-yellow leaves, creamy white spike blooms in late summer.

'Limelight' Hydrangea Paniculata:  flowers open in a lovely chartruse color and then fade to pink in the fall.

How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas

Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' - cone-shape flowers open a lovely shade of chartreuse then fade to rich pink in fall. It's a vigorous shrub that's great for informal hedges. It grows 8 feet tall and wide.Mine are almost ready to bloom.

1. Heucherella 'Alabama Sunrise'  2.  'Electric  Lime   3.  'Mint Julep'   4.   'Berry Smoothie'  5.  'Georgia Peach'  6.  'Purple Petticoats'  7.  'Sashay'  8.  'Southern Comfort'  9.  'Ginger Ale'   10.  'Cinnabar Silver'  11.  'Shanghai'    12.  'Midnight Bayou'   13.  'Obsidian'  14. Heucherella 'Sweet Tea'  15.  'Midnight  Rose' Select   16. Heucherella 'Tapestry'   17.  'Sugar Plum' 18.  'Paris'

Add beautiful fall colors to your landscape with Heuchera varieties. Garden Musings from Memphis Area Master Gardeners: Heuchera Mania

Sweet Tea Heucherella Foamy bells thru zone 9.  Possibly evergreen perennial in warmer winters. Shade part shade.

Sweet Tea’s unusual, velvety rich orange and burgundy-red leaves darken in summer and brighten in fall. This colorful cross between Heuchera and Tiarella grows tall. An impressive border or container plant that also works well planted en masse.

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Heuchera 'Raspberry Ice'

Coral Bells (Heuchera hybrids) Cut flowering stems below the low mound of foliage as coral bells finish blooming. Dead-heading will extend the flowering and will sometimes promote a smaller, second flowering.

Plant of the Day: Coleus

Bring splashes of color to containers, shade gardens and planting beds with these plant picks

Heuchera - Coral Bells.  If you are looking for great color foliage in a shade perennial - this plant is for you!  Colors range from dark, nearly black, to orange, and green-varigated to a bright yellow green. Very hardy - come back year after year and bloom with tiny, bell shaped flowers pushing up on stems overtop the foliage.  Super nice, bushy plant for borders.

Four of a Kind - 4 plants

Heuchera (Coral Bells) clockwise from top left: H. 'Venus', H. 'Obsidian', x Heucherella 'Sweet Tea', H.

Coral Bells 'Cherry Cola' Heuchera - Forms low mounds of reddish brown foliage with spikes of bright red flowers. Height 7-9". Zones 4-9

Heuchera 'Cherry Cola' - Coral Bells - Saxifragaceae (The Saxifrage Family)