Frosted Violet Coral Bells (Heuchera ‘Frosted Violet’)
Frosted Violet Coral Bells
The Frosted Violet Coral Bells (Heuchera ‘Frosted Violet’) is a vigorous growing plant with purple foliage and darker veining, which forms a neat clump appearance. Silver hairs cover the top of the leaves which gives it a shiny or frosted look!
Its attractive crinkled lobed leaves emerge dark green in spring, turning deep purple in color with unique burgundy undersides, and tinges of silver the rest of the year.
The tiny, pale pink flowers of the Coral Bells develop above the foliage. Appearing in late spring to early summer on slender, wiry stems, these colorful cuties rise well above the foliage mound, up to 30 inches tall.
The foliage color of the Frosted Violet Coral Bells is enhanced and deepens in cool weather for a great early spring and fall show! Plant them near lighter colored perennials, and enjoy the lovely contrast of colors.
Use this plant for mass planting, as a ground cover, in groupings, or as a single specimen. The ‘Frosted Violet’ can be used in rock gardens, borders and open woodland gardens, as well as a border or edger along paths.
A relatively low maintenance, herbaceous perennial, this coral bell should be cut back in late fall, in preparation for the winter dormancy period.
The Frosted Violet Coral Bells adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color.
|Common name||Frosted Violet Coral Bells|
|Botanical name||Heuchera 'Frosted Violet'|
|Harvest time||3 - 5 Years|
|Height||12 - 30 inches|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||Early Spring|