‘Fire Alarm’ Coral Bells is a beautiful perennial is with reddish orange leaves. It grow small and compact with delicate white flowers on spikes. The average size of this plant is 9″ high by maybe 14″ wide.
It is hardy in zone 4 through 8. This plant loves shade, partial shade. It’s probably going to struggle in full sun.
Heuchera x ‘Fire Alarm’ PP #24,525 is patented plant, that means that is against the law for you and I to propagate it while it is still under patent.
However, to me that is not a big deal, I buy them in trays of 72 per tray and grow them on and resell them. Currently I am paying . . .
$1.87 per plant
16 cents royalty per plant
18 cents for a color picture tag with the plant patent info on the tag.
That’s a total of $2.21 per plant. If you want to enjoy wholesale pricing like this Consider Becoming a Member of Our Backyard Growers Business Center.
Wholesale deals like this are available on a daily basis, 365 days a year. Even on things like rare Japanese maples!
Of course the Japanese maples range in price from $2.75 to $18.00 each depending on the variety.
Questions, comments, mean things to say? Post them below and I will respond. Until then, by any and all means stay inspired!
Gail Leachman says
Well, I’ve been coming and going to your site for several days now. Trying to absorb your entire website and brain! Good tips everywhere, and wish I knew all you’ve shared at your site BEFORE I purchased my Blue Rug Junipers (Juniperus horizontalis ‘Wiltonii’) and intended to plant well before they slowly turned tan and crisp; now believe they are completely dead, and thus no hope of recovery. I’m just a hobby gardener, but have become addicted to gardening in the past decade. So much to learn. Starting over with the Blue Rug’s, but think things will turn out better with your tips, and with the next purchase of them. Thanks for everything… am not giving up. I’ll be back.
Florence Underwood says
I live in New York and would like to buy a couple Japanese maples from you. Can I?
Sorry, I don’t ship any plants and right now all I have are some small seedlings that we sell for $6.97, soon to be $7.97.
ineke witkam says
What about the acidity of the pine bark mulch.???
I only use it for rhodos, azaleas, hydrangeas.
thank you for your interesting explanation
I don’t think it’s an issue at all. All of the plants in my nursery are grown in pine bark mulch.
Mary Jean deann R.N says
Beautiful. This is my first time on your site . I reall enjoyed the visit
Thanks mike for sharing. Mary jean Dean
Barbara L Dyjak says
I have 2 Hydrangea bushes. The older one never gets flowers, and only bloomed the first season. The second is supposed to be a better variety, and bloomed 2 seasons. Now, it’s pitiful. If I have any luck at all, it’s bad luck. I love the flowers, but feel i would have a better chance with something similar, but not so hard to grow. Maybe it’s my area, or soil, but I’m pretty much done trying. Is a Snowball bush different & easier to grow? What other options are there? We have sandy soil which has had garden soil & compost added.
Grow this one https://mikesbackyardnursery.com/2015/08/the-never-fail-annabelle-hydrangea/, or pink diamond, limelight, or silver dollar. They will bloom for you.
Barbara L Dyjak says
Mary Borawski says
I like the tree stump removal technique