1200 Mixed Colors CORAL BELLS HEUCHERA Shade Flower Seeds *Comb S/H

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DESCRIPTION:

NAME: Bressingham Hybrid Mixed Coral Bells

SCIENTIFIC NAME: Heuchera Sanguinea

COLOR: Mixed Colors

PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost / Indoors weeks before last frost

PLANT HEIGHT: 18 - 24"

PLANT SPACING: 18 - 24"

BLOOM TIME: Late Spring - Mid Summer

HARDINESS ZONE: 3 - 10

LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade

SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average

QUANTITY: 1200 Seeds

OTHER: Heuchera has tiny little flowers on stalks rising out of the leaves. Although the flowers are pretty and come in different colors such as red & white, Heuchera is prized for its lovely foliage. It attracts bees, birds, & butterflies.

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    Fast delivery, safety packed! I can’t wait to see them sprout! :)


    Arrived quickly and in great shape. A large percentage germinated.


    The coral bell seeds are sooooo tiny. I would imagine if I sneezed, they would all blow away. I sprinkled them in two shallow pots and it took a long time to germinate. I almost thought they were defective. After many diligent days of watering, they have finally sprouted very tiny leaves and continue to do well. I hope to move them outdoors after the scorching summer days are over and hope to see them in the spring. I wish I got different colors, but they are all green.




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