Guacamole Coral Bells Heuchera
|Soil Type||Well Drained|
|Mature Height||1-2 Feet|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|
Whether you are looking for a deer resistant substitute for hosta or just want more variety for your shade garden the Guacamole Coral Bells Heuchera has got you covered. This vibrant plant adds brightness into dark spots and softens sharp lines in your landscape.
Stunning, lime green leaves boast pretty, ruffled edges. The foliage is lush and forms a natural mound. Creamy white flowers pop out over the vivid foliage mound in spring.
Heucheras are easy to grow. Seasoned gardeners love this perennial, but it is perfect for our customers just getting started too!
Coral Bells/Heuchera grow in full shade to part sun and prefer fertile, well-drained soil. Heuchera often go dormant in cooler climates, but are evergreen in warmer climates. In cooler zones they act just like other perennials and come back in spring. Once established Coral Bells are drought tolerant, however they will perform best with a moist soil. This plant is extremely low maintenance and deer resistant. Fertilize with our balanced, slow release fertilizer when planting and in spring for best results.
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Why Are My Coral Bells Turning Brown?
Root rot is a possible cause of leaves turning brown and curling up. Make sure that your choice of soil is well drained to avoid any root system issues.
What Are The Best Companion Plants For This Heuchera?
Ferns and perennials are known to be great companion plants and grow well with coral bells heuchera.
Do Deer Like To Eat This Groundcover?
No, this groundcover is pest and deer resistant which makes it a popular choice for landscape beds.
Heuchera Coral Bells grow in full shade to part sun and prefer fertile, well-drained soil. Heuchera often go dormant in cooler climates, but are evergreen in warmer climates. In cooler zones they will come back in spring. If you prefer trim back the dead or damaged leaves in late winter or early spring. Water your newly planted Heuchera deeply a couple times per week to encourage the roots to grow properly. Once established Coral Bells are drought tolerant however they will perform best with a moist soil. This plant is extremely low maintenance and deer resistant. Fertilize with our balanced, slow release fertilizer when planting and in spring for best results.
Heuchera perform well in just about any shady spot. Fill in areas where other plants won't grow like around the base of a shade tree. At a mature size of 1-2 feet tall and wide the Guacamole Coral Bells makes a great border or low perennial for the front of your foundation plants. With its vivid green color the Guacamole Heuchera looks beautiful and vibrant in mass plantings. Plant Heuchera in containers for a low maintenance punch of color on your porch, covered patio,or deck.