Heuchera americana, H. x micrantha, H. sanguinea

How to plant Coral Bells seeds

Coral Bell plants produce brilliant tubular flowers that attract hummingbirds. Mass plant Coral Bells to form colorful ground covers, or use to edge paths, or add interest in containers

Palace Purple Coral Bells plants flowering. PR05028

PALACE PURPLE Coral Bells Heuchera x micrantha

Striking mahogany to maroon, ivy-shaped foliage supports 6 in. sprays of pure white bell-shaped flowers June to August. Best leaf color in spring and fall. Grows 18-24 in. tall. Winter hardy to zone 4. Grows nicely with Blue Carpet catmint, and Primula x pubescens.

50 seeds - $1.99
Heuchera hybrida 'Melting Fire' Coral Bells PR07027

MELTING FIRE Coral Bells Heuchera x micrantha

One of the first seed-grown coral bells varieties to have foliage with ornately ruffled edges. Newly emerging leaves are bright crimson, maturing to dark burgundy on mounding, 12 to 18 in. tall plants. The leaf and flower stems are burgundy as well, contrasts beautifully with dainty spikes of creamy white flowers that begin in late spring and continue for up to 2 months. Winter hardy to zone 4.

30 pelleted seeds - $2.99
Heuchera americana x micrantha 'Newest Hybrids' Coral Bells PR00822

NEWEST HYBRIDS Coral Bells Heuchera americana x micrantha

An remarkable mix of flower and foliage colors. Blooms are white, cream, pink or red and foliage can be green, bronze, marbled silver or veined red. Grows to 20 in. tall. Winter hardy to zone 3.

50 seeds - $1.99
Marvelous Marble coral bells PR11280

MARVELOUS MARBLE Coral Bells Heuchera americana

Leaves emerge purple in spring, transition into bright green overlaid in silver, veined reddish-purple. Color and pattern rival vegetatively produced varieties. Creamy-white flowers on short stems appear early. Growth is vigorous and mounding to 1 ft. tall, 1.5 ft. wide. Winter hardy to zone 4.

50 seeds - $1.99
Heuchera sanguinea splendens 'Firefly' Coral Bells PR00820

FIREFLY Coral Bells Heuchera sanguinea splendens

This superb selection produces loads of brilliant dark scarlet bell-shaped flowers on 14-24 in. stems from May to July. Hummingbirds love them and they are long lasting cut flowers. Great for edging the front of borders or use as a small scale ground cover. Prefers full sun in the North and part Shade in the South. Winter hardy to zone 3.

500 seeds - $2.99

How to Plant Coral Bells Seeds

Plant coral bells: Sow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil but do not cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept at 65-70° F., germination is in 21-30 days. Transplant into the garden 12 in. apart.

Grow coral bells: Full sun in mild summer areas, prefers afternoon shade in warm climates. Likes rich soil with good drainage, and moderate to regular water. The tubular flowers are excellent for cutting, hummingbirds love them. Plants are evergreen, deer resistant and low maintenance. Divide every 3 to 4 years.