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Create a Simple Topiary

Mixing artimisia and heuchera, front steps Topiaries adds a vertical dimension to this side garden's design while brick edging provides a clean barrier against contrasting white pebbles.

Choose a colour for your planting palette - tips from Jo -anne

colors, English garden inspiration (pink roses, purple thistles, dark-leaved actea and heuchera, variegated grasses)

Certes, il en faut pour tous les goûts mais pour ce qui me concerne, les jardins au gazon tondu bien ras, troués de quelques arbres et l...

40 inspirations pour un jardin anglais

Pink and purple borders (Rose, Pivoine, Centaurea, Heuchera) Cottage garden style planting

CORAL BELLS (Heuchera hybrids): Once you start collecting these shade loving…

10 Best Shade Garden Plants -

Alternative Gardening: Heucheras for shady spots. Heuchera, commonly known as coral bells, can add a burst of color in your Colorado garden where you need a low growing plant in a variety of sun conditions.

One of our favorite shade perennials is now blooming! Tiarella has unique foliage and looks stunning while in bloom!

Tiarella is loving it behind a wisteria covered pergola. It has unique foliage and delicate flowers.

shade garden by prcm

Great shade garden composition & even some great hardy plants in there . all green combination . great example of levels, and plant shape and form being soooo important. in my eyes, the next most important after structure & winter interest

Buy Heuchera Raspberry Ice Perennial Plants Online. Garden Crossings Online Garden Center offers a large selection of Coral Bells Plants. Shop our Online Perennial catalog today!

Heuchera 'Raspberry Ice'

Coral Bells (Heuchera hybrids) Cut flowering stems below the low mound of foliage as coral bells finish blooming. Dead-heading will extend the flowering and will sometimes promote a smaller, second flowering.