Southern Comfort Heuchera

These Coral Bells, as they sometimes are called, are bred to stand up to heat and humidity and form a beautiful cinnamon-peach leaves up to 9 inches wide that change color from season to season. They change from cinnamon-peach to burnished copper and finally to a deep amber in the fall.

In late summer they bloom a small off-white flower on stems up to 22 € past the leafy foliage. They are a spectacular addition to beds, borders, rock gardens or wood borders and is ideal for ground cover, edging or even in containers. Once established they are attractive to butterflies but often ignored by deer. They’re great when planted in groups and should be divided in the spring every 3 to 4 years.

Stop in at Heritage Hill Nursery, Inc. Today and start beautifying your garden or edging project today.

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