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Heuchera presents with delicate shades of flowers and foliage, flowers that are well known for their bell-shaped growth that stands along slender stems giving it the nickname, Bells. Even though it does have a delicate appearance it’s actually quite strong and if you already have successful heuchera growing in your yard why not continue the bounty by simply propagating more? Don’t be scared off at the prospect of propagating these plants. Given how flexible they…

Heuchera are a traditional foliage plant but there are many varieties today. These plants have a woody crown with bell-shaped flowers that run the length of their tall stems, hence their nickname “coral bells”. They are beautiful in colour, with evergreen leaves that will maintain their verdant colour even in the snow. What’s more, they attract bees and butterflies so you can help our declining population of much-needed bees.  New varieties offer more options, with…

Heuchera makes for wonderful edging plants and is particularly beautiful if you are able to grow them in large clumps. The different colours you will get will serve to highlight any nearby flowers and the size and stature of the plant works well if you are trying to stack different geometries. Once you plant these you will want to deadhead or cut back the flower stalks after they have produced their flowers so that they…

Heuchera, otherwise known as Coral Bells, produces large sprays of bell-shaped flowers that run lengthwise up their tall stems. They are well regarded for these flowers but more so the foliage, adding a lot of beauty and colour to any garden, sometimes all year round in milder areas. There are many varieties out there that offer an array of leaf and flower colours, so you can sprinkle your garden with a stunning show of colour.…

Spirea bushes are beautiful upright shrubs that grow in a mound and have graceful, overhanging branches where you will find the beautiful clusters of small white flowers that literally take over the entire branch. These large mounted shrubs can reach between 1 and 2 metres at their full maturity. Very easy to care for they not only bring you stunning flowers for which they are well known but deep, blue green leaves that remain stunning…

Spirea bushes grow in upright mounds from which overhanging branches grace any garden with an array of small clusters of flowers, commonly white but sometimes other colours depending on the variety come spring, and blue-green leaves the rest of the summer. These shrubs are a showpiece in and of themselves for nothing but the floral displays, which are made even more appealing thanks to the large size. In fact, mature plants can reach just shy…

Spirea, sometimes called Bridal Wreath, are stunning deciduous shrubs, full of blooms that grace the overhanging branches in small clusters of white flowers that smother the branches. The mounded growth can get quite tall, upwards of 1-2 metres with blue-green leaves that remain visually appealing throughout the summer, long after the late spring flowers are gone. The issue that such plants, while stunning, can at times stop producing flowers. In fact, otherwise healthy plants that…