Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Example of approximately what these plants look like when shipped. See the eighth photograph of any plant to see a photo of what it looks like when shipped.
Hands down, Heuchera is a true must-for-just-about-every-garden style. The incredibly thick, colorful foliage is excellent for borders and edging, rock gardens, and facings to buildings and trees.

Its wavy and luxurious leaves make it a lovely addition to English-cottage style gardens as a singular plant, yet it is equally lovely in a border setting where it adds depth and structure. In mass, it forms an attractive ground cover, and its presence tends to attract hummingbirds.

These species have a slow growth rate and are some of the few groundcovers that can grow under walnut trees. Ideally, plan to give Heuchera moist, well-drained soil, though she is tolerant of a wide range of soil types and is even moderately tolerant of salt.

If you live in northern climates, Heuchera will tolerate full sun. In hot summers of southern regions, gardeners seek Heuchera out because she prefers part shade, particularly in the afternoon. It is rare to find such a show-stopper for a shade garden.

See photographs comparing average sizes of some bare roots and potted plants
Product
Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple' {25 Pots - 3 1/2 in.}
(Coralbells, Alumroot) An evergreen that makes a statement with clumps (typically 12" tall) of deep mahogany leaves with purple-red tops and and beet-red undersides. Elegant creamy bell-shaped flower spikes in spring.
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