Coral Bells, Plum Pudding


 Description: Plum colored foliage with darker purple veins. Leaves are ruffled with a pointed tip.

Common Name: Plum Pudding Coral Bells

Scientific Name: Heuchera 'Plum Pudding'

Type: Perennial

Exposure: Part Sun - Shade

Size: 1-2" Height, 1-2" Spread

Bloom Color: White on Purple Stems

Bloom Period: Late Spring - Early Summer

Landscape Use: Rock Gardens, Perennial Borders, Woodland Edges, Cut Flowers, and Container

Soil: Fertile, Moist but well-drained

Zone: 3 - 8
Growth Rate: Moderate

Companion Plants: Variegated Plants, Ornamental Grasses, Hydrangea, Ferns, Sedum, Boxwood, Burning Bush, Pink Astilbe, Japanese Maple

Maintenance: Remove old flower stems

Fertilize: Organic fertilizer in the Spring. Compost or manure in the Fall

Attracts: Butterflies, Hummingbirds


*Deer Resistant


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