Perennials

Coral bells - Alum Root

Heuchera x Fire Chief PP21880

Description

Coral bells are a small native plant. They have gorgeous deep reddish burgundy leaves with delicate small white and pink flowers on delicate stalks. Flowers from spring to summer. Foliage transitions from red to darker hues with time. Grows well in full shade and in average to dry soil types. Its small flowers attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and beneficial pollinators.

Native, Ornamental
Great as a fresh cut flower
Great as a dried flower
Foliage multicolor
Deer resistant
Attracts butterflies
Attracts hummingbirds
Attracts beneficial pollinators

Characteristics

Height: 12 in.
Spread: 12 in.
Bloom color: White and pink
Bloom time: Spring to summer
Foliage: Red, burgundy, purple
Soil type: average, dry; drought and black walnut tolerant
Exposure: Full shade, part-shade, shade tolerant
USDA Hardiness Zone: 4