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August 24, 2012

Heuchera ‘Hercules’ (Coral Bells)

The green and white marbled foliage of this variety can be grown for it foliage alone, although 'Hercules' is best noted for its deep, blood-red flowers that bloom midsummer.

heuchera hercules perennial coral bells

The green and white marbled foliage of this variety can be grown for it foliage alone, although ‘Hercules’ is best noted for its deep, blood-red flowers that bloom midsummer. ¬†Hands down the most attractive blooms from a Heuchera.

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