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Talking about Coral bells (Heuchera 'Carnival Rose Granita'), Agoo wrote:

Just starting out with my first Coral bells. Am impressed with the colorful foliage of this plant and the fact that its cold hardiness makes it suitable to survive in my area and zone.

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Talking about Coral Bells (Heuchera americana), ILPARW wrote:

American Alumroot grows wild in rocky open woods, in crevises and ledges of rocky outcrops and in rich, moist woods from Michigan & southeast Ontario into New England down to Georgia over to Louisiana to Nebraska. Its sort of maple-like, semi-evergreen leaves are variable in size and color of green to variegated to shades of purple. The tiny white bell-like flowers bloom on leafless stalks (scapes) in May-June. The flowers develop into tiny capsules with tiny lustrous seeds inside. This mother species is sold by some native plant nurseries. There are a number of cultivars from this species, plus hybrids with other Alumroots or Coralbells in many cultivars sold by any conventional nursery with a perennial section.

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Talking about Coral Bells (Heuchera villosa 'Citronelle'), frahnzone5 wrote:

This cultivar has been a consistent performer in my zone 5 garden. Beautiful, bright yellow-green foliage color all season long. I find it is best sited in part shade with protection from afternoon sun.

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Talking about Coral Bells (Heuchera DolceĀ® Peach Melba), csandt wrote:

Peach Melba has been a very poor performer in my zone 6b gardens. I have had two plants for several years, and neither has increased in size. They have struggled so much that I am amazed that they are still alive. I have moved them to a variety of locations with different amounts of shade and water, but nothing has made them happy.

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Talking about Coral Bells (Heuchera DolceĀ® Peach Melba), robertduval14 wrote:

I've had this plant for a few seasons now and I really don't have much good to say about it. The leaf color is wonderful...that much I'll give it. But it is simply not a good grower for me. While other Heuchera planted nearby do very well, this one struggles every year and has progressively gotten smaller each season. This is likely its last year for me before it goes to the compost bin unless it does something dramatically different...but so far, it looks like more of the same. Slow growth and smaller than it's ever been.

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