I have 4 of them ... nice color and very durable, one of my favorites. Would recommend not planting them in full sun although.. mine did much better when moved to an area where they got a few hours relief from the direct sun.
Dolce® Cinnamon Curls™ Coral Bells Heuchera hybrid
- Hardy Zones
- 4 - 9
- Sun or Shade
- Mature Size
- 16 - 18 Inches
This distinctive coral bells forms a tidy mound of glossy, incredibly ruffled leaves. It emerges fiery orange-red in spring, then turns a unique blend of coppery orange, red, and purple tones. This selection is grown for its ornamental foliage, not its insignificant flowers. Try it in containers or near the front of the border.
Great in landscapes or containers.
They begin blooming in early spring. Deadheading won't keep them blooming longer. However, removing the flower stems once the plant has finished blooming will keep them looking tidier. Plants can be divided in spring or fall for personal use.
An application of fertilizer or compost on garden beds and regular fertilization of plants in pots will help ensure the best possible performance.
- Beth B.EdinboroPennsylvaniaUnited States35 weeks ago
I fell in love with this plant at a local garden center. I did not need another plant but every time I walked away I returned to admire it again and again. It came home with me and is now my favorite heuchera!! It is in full sun, facing southwest and is even prettier today than it was when I planted it.mary jo bazeleycincinnatiOhioUnited States1 year ago
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