Sandia coral bells

Heuchera pulchella

Sandia coral bells | Heuchera pulchella | Plant Select
Sandia coral bells is a miniature, extra cute version of the well-known coral bells. It has a tidy, evergreen tussock of ruffled, fresh green leaves. Spikes of petite, rose-pink bells emerge in late spring, attracting hummingbirds and bees. Xeric when planted in shade. Western, straight species native.

Tips from the pros: Deadhead spent flowers periodically to keep the plant attractive.
Plant Type Petites
Height 8-10 inches
Width 4-8 inches
Flowering Season May-June
Flower Color Pink
Sun Sun, Part Sun, Shade
Water Needs Moderate to dry
USDA Hardiness Zone Zones 4-7
Soil Type Well-drained loam or sandy
Deer Resistant Yes
Good for Pollination Yes
Winter Interest Yes
North American Native Yes
Year Introduced 2013
Annual Commercial Maintenance Hand trim back dead stems in spring.
5-10 Year Commercial Maintenance Follow annual maintenance. This can be a long lived perennial if growing conditions are correct.
Elevation Guide Up to 8150 ft

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