'Plum Pudding' Corel Bells - Heuchera hybrid 'Plum Pudding'
Purple shimmering variagated foliage with silver highlights, sprays of tiny white flowers.
'Plum Pudding' heuchera is a great plant for any sunny to partly shady garden. This heuchera has a clump form. Its small white flowers bloom in early summer, they are not as impressive as the leaves, but they do add to its overall beauty. The leaves of the 'plum pudding' heuchera have distinct silvery overtones, and isnt as dark as some of the other burgundy heucheras. The leaves may survive during mild winters if you provided with adequate water to the soil.
The flowers are white and form in late spring and early summer. The 'plum pudding' heuchera grows to around 1 foot tall as well as wide
'Purple Palace' Corel Bells - Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'
'Purple Palace' has large and shiny leaves, ranging in color from deep-olive green to purplish-bronze.
'Purple Palace' has large and shiny leaves, ranging in color from deep-olive green to purplish-bronze. Their undersides, which are quite visible in the loosely formed mounds, have a eye-catchng metallic amethyst purple tone. It has 20 inch tall stalks of tiny cream flowers.
Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because they are a low growing perennial, they are often used for edging along paths or in raised planting beds.
'Bressingham' Corel Bells - Heuchera sanguinea 'Bressingham Hybrids'
The delicate, slender stems on the 'Bressingham' bear bell-shaped flowers in shades of pink, coral and red. The scalloped leaves form a low-growing green mound. This coral bells makes a dainty, long-lasting cut flower.
These Coral Bells, grown for their bright display of flowers in early summer. Plants form a low clump of rounded deep-green leaves, bearing upright stems with an abundance of small bells in a hue of colours from white through to pink, coral and scarlet red. Excellent for cut flowers . Terrific for edging pathways or raised planting beds. You can remove spent flower spikes to encourage fresh buds to form. Every 2 to 3 years in spring or early fall, these plants can be divided.
'Caramel' Heuchera - Heuchera 'Caramel'
‘Caramel' is one of the more tolerant heuchera's of hot and humid summers than most.
Easily grown in rich, medium moisture well draining soilsthat are in part shade to full shade. Tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Performs best in rich, moist, organic soils with a preference for consistent moisture during the growing season. Thrives in dry shade once established. Divide in early spring or fall, before or after the leaves done, for ease. A beautifull addition for along pathway edges or in raised garden beds, with its caramel coloured leaves and stems of creamy pink coloured flowers