Heuchera comes in a wide variety of colors, and many will keep their leaves all winter long. Southern Comforters, Favorite Perennials, Colors, Perennials Plants, Coral Belle, Gardens, Leaves, Heuchera Southern, Shades Flower
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Heuchera: • 'Brownies':chocolate;40cm • 'Cappuccino':brown;30cm • 'Caramel':caramel;40cm • 'Crème Brûlée':caramel w/ ocher;40cm • 'Ginger Ale':bronze yellow marbled;50cm • 'Marmalade':source yellow to orange brown;30cm • 'Mocha':dark brown-red;30cm • 'Peach Flambé':bronze;45cm • 'Pinot Gris':in spring orange marbled leaves, changing to silver / brown;35cm • 'Plumpudding':plum purple, shiny;50cm • 'Tiramisu':red marbled w/ yellow border, changs to yellow-green w/ red;30cm
Obsidian Coral Bells Stunningly black, shiny, rounded leaves hold their color all season. Compact mounding form offers great opportunities in small urban gardens. Plant in groups or masses to intensify effect. Attention getter in pots with high contrast companions.
There are 50 types of Coral Bells, all beautiful and easily grown California natives. One type, Heuchera Maximus grows on three of the eight Channel Islands of California, in salty ocean breezes on cliffs and down to the shore. All 50 species are native only to North America and grow readily in the wild and in your garden. One of the prettiest has large rounded multi-lobed leaves, deep purple in color, that form a ruffled mound before sending up stalks of terra-cotta, white or pink colored bells