Shady Gardener thinks her mystery coral bells are Prince of Silver, as shown on VW's post showcasing her heucheras. I looked around on the internet to see if I could identify any of mine, since my search for tags was unsuccessful. In my looking around, I found out the "ch" is pronounced "k". I've been mispronouncing them all these years. I first discovered coral bells when the previous owners of our first home had planted them. They were one of my favorites at the time.
There is a planter behind the peonies and other plants in the ground. The first row is coral bells, then an assortment, then the hellebores are right against the house. They are looking healthy, but are not putting out new growth. I'll show the heucheras from left to right in this bed.
I remember one of the heucheras I planted is Pewter Moon, and it may be the first one shown. I have a close up leaf after each plant photo. If you think you know what mine are, please let me know. Most of these were purchased over 4 years ago, so they wouldn't be the brand new ones out. I don't remember what color most of the blooms are.
Snow angel has been a slow grower for me.
This is the one I posted, I think for GBBD, and Shady Gardener thinks may also be Prince of Silver.
I have a couple Palace Purples in the ground in front of the flower box:
The next heucheras are in the bed under the maple tree.
I've had this one for a long time, and it is quite dependable. I deadhead, and it sends more blooms all summer.
This one is probably the newest one I have:
This one has been here a number of years. If you click to enlarge it, you'll see that the flowers are not pretty. I cut them off before they fade. (The hosta to the left was my mother-in-law's, and the one on the right was given to me by a good Christian friend before she died from cancer. My mother-in-law also died from cancer.)