Hybrid Coral Bells offer the gardener a tremendous new range of foliage colours, especially for shady areas. Use to add colour and texture to any bed or container. Please note for height – the number in brackets is the height of the bloom scapes, the number outside is the foliage height.
Forever Red The cut, softly ruffled leaves are considered the reddest ever. The best red colour will be in cooler temperatures spring and fall. Spikes of small, white flowers appear in mid summer. Vigorous grower. White Red June-July 12”(18”) high 18” spread
Primo ‘Peachberry Ice’ Proven Winner variety sold in ‘PW’ pots. Large 4½-5", apricot orange leaves have a silver overlay. Its beautifully pronounced ruffling reveals bright pink undersides of the leaves. The bright orange color is most pronounced in the spring with newly emerging foliage, over the warmer months the color mellows. Burgundy stems hold airy, cream flowers. Cream orange June-July 8”(18”) high 15” spread
Silver Scrolls Rounded leaves are silver and burgundy in spring, deepening to silver and near black later in the season. Sprays of ivory-pink flowers appear in late spring, held on beet-red stems. Ivory-pink Silver-bronze June-July 10”(14”) high 18” spread
Primo ‘Mahogany Monster’ Proven Winner variety sold in ‘PW’ pots. Massive glossy, mahogany red leaves form a substantial clump of foliage. Slightly ruffled leaves can grow up to 6 inches wide. The flower stems are proportionate to the size of the clump: very thick, burgundy stems hold masses of light pink buds with cream flowers. Although the color is consistent throughout the season, older leaves become more coppery with age. Lt.Pink Mahogany Red June-July 8”(20”) high 18” spread
Electric Plum Heuchera Heuchera 'Electric Plum' PP29924 Breathtaking colour from dark purple, near-black new growth that matures to bright plum-purple leaves with purple-black veins. Tall, wiry stems with dainty, bell-shaped, pink flowers rise above foliage in summer. Tolerates heat and humidity. Propagation prohibited.