saxifrage

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So-called hybrid coral bells, having the genes of other species also thrown in, do offer showy flowers and very showy foliage.
Coral bells can now be found with foliage that is green, silver, burgundy and shades of these colors.
Coral Bells, Cardinal flower, Weigelia, Butterfly Bush, Coral Honeysuckle, Trumpet Creeper, Swamp Azalea, Beebalm, Salvia, and Columbine are all good choices for Mississippi's climate and are easily incorporated into a garden.
Within the planters are lavender, sage, and coral bells offering fragrance, color, and a soft touch.
Great ground & traps Great cover HEUCHERA KNOWN as coral bells, heucheras begin blooming in early June and don't stop until the end of August.
Finish with a sprinkling of perennials and shrubs among the pavers--such as the plum coral bells and mounding green Hebe pinguifolia 'Sutherlandii' that are pictured--and an ornamental grass such as the Stipa gigantea.
Although they are not in bloom, the vigorous clumps of coral bells (Heuchera) in the Valleyheart garden also are worthy of special mention.
Perennials--bee balm, butterfly weed, coral bells, hollyhock, lobelia, hosta, penstemon, foxglove and daylily.
Plants such as coral bells and fringed bleeding heart will produce flowers all season, especially if they are regularly picked.
Hechera - Also known as coral bells, Hechera displays lush caramel, gold and rust tones.
5-mile loop winds through 96 acres of golden lupine, coral bells, and fragrant mock orange.
Heuchera, or coral bells, is a low-growing perennial bedding plant that becomes increasingly popular each year.
Those that benefit from frequent division such as iris clumps with open centers, overgrown clumps of hostas, coral bells, phlox, daylilies and ornamental grasses need your time and attention now.
Rich plant combinations, such as Western redbud with blue ceanothus and coral bells or Coast silk-tassel with spice bush and Western azalea.
Zones 7-9, 14-17: Plant spring-blooming perennials like alstroemeria, bergenia, bleeding heart, brunnera, campanula, candytuft, catmint, columbine, coral bells, delphinium, dianthus, diascia, foxglove, Linaria purpurea, marguerite, and violet.