Are You Supposed to Cut Coral Bells Back?

Answer Coral bells (Heuchera spp.) is an increasingly popular plant favored for its dark leaves and its ability to grow in poor soils. Many gardeners have found coral bells an easy-to-grow ground cover, a... Read More »

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How do I grow coral bells?

LocationSelect the appropriate planting location for your Coral Bells. Coral Bells, Heuchera Sanguinea, thrive in full sun, but can tolerate a few hours of shade. Make sure the soil is dry and alka... Read More »

How far apart do you plant coral bells?

Coral bells (Heuchera sanguinea) are a herbaceous perennial that grows to a height of 18 to 24 inches with a spread of 12 inches. Plant coral bells with a spacing of 12 to 18 inches to provide prop... Read More »

What eats coral bells?

Coral bells are a perennial flower. Hummingbirds eat the nectar from these flowers. The little birds can eat one and a half to three times their own body weight in food per day.References:Butterfly... Read More »

Are coral bells deer resistant?

Coral bells are not the preferred food for deer. Often deer will find the flowers enticing, and they tend to eat the flowers instead of the leaves. Coral bells, when planted in your garden, may kee... Read More »