Coral Bells ‘Palace Purple’
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1991 Perennial of the Year.
This selection was the first of many purple-leaved Coral Bells, and is still an excellent choice for towards the edge of the border, or in containers and tubs. Plants form a low mound of maple-shaped leaves, from bronzy-green to rich purple-red. Spikes of small creamy-white flowers appear in early summer. In hot summer areas a part shade location will help to prevent the leaf color from fading. Evergreen in mild winter areas, but plants may be clipped hard in early spring. Division is not always easy, but can be attempted in spring.
Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'
Prefers well-drained, high organic moist soil. Water regularly when dry.
Dark purple, ivy-shaped leaves.
Airy clusters of tiny bell-shaped flowers in early summer.