This dark leaved Coral Bells is a great addition to any garden but especially so if you can place it near plants that are bright in color. These almost midnight leaves a glossy and shiny and look fantastic next to things what bright in color like Rainforest Sunrise Hosta or another bright plant.
Heuchera Coral Bells ‘Prince’ is a non patented plant as far as I know. That means that it is in the public domain and you and I are free to propagate it.
The flowers on this hardy perennials start out yellow then open white making an excellent contrast against the dark foliage.
This plant is hardy in zones 4 through 8 and does well in full sun or shade.
What I love about Coral Bells is that in the fall and winter they don’t wither away. They don’t change, all winter long they hold their leaves, then come spring the new growth emerges and covers up the old.
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Susan Peterson says
Hello; Do you think Coral Bells Prince would survive a Minnesota winter in a large above the ground flower box that flanks the south side of our deck….if hay bails were placed in front of the box over winter?
Unfortunately I am not able to access the north side of the box because it is under the deck.
All I can say is give it a try.