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Heuchera (Coralbells) villosa 'Pistache' (Pistache Coral Bells)

A vigorous grower with large, light lime green to chartreuse yellow leaves. Tiny creamy white flowers on upright stems appear in mid summer. Unfazed by heat and humidity, colors best in partial shade and prefers moist but well-drained soil.

  • Height: 10"-15"
  • Spread: 12"-24"
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Heuchera (Coralbells) micrantha 'Palace Purple' (Palace Purple Coral Bells)

Also known as Small-Flowered Alumroot. Ivy-leafed. Deep mahogany red foliage which fades to bronze-green in heat. Clump forming habit makes these effective for use as a groundcover, in rock gardens or as edging plants. Bell-shaped pinkish-white flowers in late spring. Will tolerate full sun if moisture is available. ‘Palace Purple’ is perhaps the most well-recognized and widely planted variety of all heucheras.

  • Height: 12"-18"
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Heuchera (Coralbells) micrantha 'Obsidian' (Obsidian Coral Bells)

Compact, mounding habit.  Glossy dark maroon, almost black, rounded leaves  keep their color all season. Contrasting spikes of white flowers appear in June and July.  Excellent when massed or as a specimen plant in a perennial border. Very cold hardy. Good resistance to powdery mildew.

  • Height: 10"-12"
  • Spread: 15"-18"
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Heuchera (Coralbells) villosa 'Caramel' (Caramel Coral Bells)

A vigorous, clump-forming cultivar with unique apricot colored foliage. The lobed, rounded leaves emerge gray-red in spring and mature to an apricot-caramel color by summer. Soft but showy color adds warmth and contrast to mixed containers and woodland plants. Thrives in summer heat and humidity. Produces airy Light pink flowers in early summer on slender stems.

  • Height: 10"-15"
  • Spread: 12"-24"
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  • Attracts Birds
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    Rabbit Resistant
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Deer Resistant
  • Fragrant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Shade
  • Wet Soils