Caramel Coral Bells

Caramel Coral Bells

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Caramel Coral Bells is a herbaceous perennial with stunning foliage that ranges from caramel to amber. Its leaves emerge in spring as a warm cinnamon brown colour, and gradually mature into caramel tones throughout the growing season. In early summer, the plant produces tiny, delicate flowers on tall, wiry stems above the foliage, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. It is a versatile and low-maintenance plant that is perfect for adding colour and interest to a shady garden.
Caramel Coral Bells

Caramel Coral Bells

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Latin Name

Heuchera villosa 'Caramel'

Common Name

Caramel Coral Bells

Current Size

6-12 Inches

Hardiness Zone


Bloom Time


Mature Width

15 Inches

Mature Height

6 Inches

Flower Colour


Growth Rate



Part Sun/Shade (Less than 6 hours)


Early Spring


Approx. 1-2 times per week




  • Foliage: Caramel Coral Bells has striking caramel-coloured foliage that looks great in a variety of garden styles.
  • Flowers: In addition to its foliage, Caramel Coral Bells also produces delicate, airy blooms on tall, slender stems that emerge above the foliage in late spring to early summer.
  • Low maintenance: Caramel Coral Bells is a hardy and low-maintenance plant that thrives in part shade to full sun and doesn't require a lot of watering or attention.

Care Guide

  • Watering: Water deeply once a week, more often during dry spells or high temperatures.
  • Maintenance: Check for pests or diseases regularly, especially during warm and humid weather.
  • Pruning: In season, remove any spent flowers or stems to encourage new growth. At the end of the growing season, cut back the entire plant to a few inches above the ground.
  • (Optional):Fertilize using a slow-release fertilizer once in early spring and again in early fall. Alternatively, use a liquid fertilizer every 2-3 weeks during the growing season.

Planting Instructions

Planting a trees or plants is easy! First, begin by digging a hole that's twice as wide as the root ball and just as deep. Place the tree or plant in the hole and add some bonemeal fertilizer. Backfill with fresh soil if needed and water thoroughly. Water regularly until roots are established to keep the plant healthy. Enjoy your new tree or plant!

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