Coral Bells

Scientific Name:  Heuchera sanguinea

Light:  Full sun to part shade

Zone:  3 to 8

Height:  1 to 1.5 feet

Width:  .75 to 1 feet

Flowers:  April thru June

Fruit/Seed:

Fall Color:

Butterflies:

Birds:

Hummingbird:  attracts

Deer Resistant:  seldom severely damaged

Insects/Pollinators:

Native:  Pennsylvania, Arizona & New Mexico per USDA

Idea Garden:

Propagation:  Surface sow at  65 to 70ºF.  Needs light to germinate.

Description

Sources

Coral Bells – USDA Plant Database

Coral Bells – Missouri Botanical Garden

Landscape Plants Rated by Deer Resistance – Rutgers

 

Recommended for Wildlife by

Creating a Wild Backyard – Hummingbirds, Butterflies & Bees – Maryland DNR

For the Birds, Butterflies & Hummingbirds: Creating Inviting Habitats – Virginia Extension

Photos by:

© Tony Palmer, some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)

Additional information

Zones

Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8

Light

Part Sun, Shade, Sun

Soil

Loam, Moist, Wet

Flower Color

Pink, Red

Flower Season

Spring, Summer

Wildlife Value

Deer Resistant, Hummingbird

Notable Features

Containers, Cut Flowers, Edger, Evergreen, Fragrant

Local Availability

Available

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