coral bells


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cor′al bells′


n.
an alumroot, Heucherasanguinea, of SW North America, having drooping, bell-shaped flowers in coral hues.
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Also known as Coral Bells, they send up wispy flowers in spring and summer but the main attraction is the foliage.
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KNOWN as Coral Bells, heuchera begins blooming in early June and keeps going until late August.
Although these sprays rise a foot and a half off the ground, coral bells is still an ideal plant for the front edge of a flower bed.
uk - 0844 557 2244) HEUCHERA Known as coral bells, heucheras begin blooming in early June and don't stop until the end of August.
Coral bells (Heuchera) boast 70 species, many playing a major role in raised garden beds, textured borders and bouquets.
When empty dishes were returned to the counter between the dining room and kitchen, more rounds filled the room, beginning with White Coral Bells and the Canoe Song.
One of the best candidates for growing under redwoods is Heuchera, sometimes referred to as coral bells, a ground cover for semi-shade.
Commonly known as Alum root or coral bells, they have become one of the most popular perennial plants in recent years, due in most part to the efforts of specialist breeders developing hybrid varieties that sport abundant flowers and stunningly beautiful f oliage.
The colors have names like Sand Dollar, Waterscape, Coral Bells and Euphoric Lilac.