- Flower nameHeuchera sanguinea
- Scientific nameHeuchera sanguinea
- Aliasヒューケラ, coralbells, 壺珊瑚, Heuchera
- Place of originNorth America
- Place of floweringOrnamental plants
- Flowering seasonMay, June, July
What is Heuchera sanguinea
Heuchera sanguinea commonly called Coral bells (scientific name Heuchera sanguinea) is an evergreen perennial herb native to North America in the genus Heuchera in the family Saxifragaceae. It is 20 to 60 cm tall. The leaves are circular, 3 to 10 cm in diameter, and are lobed around the periphery. The leaves come in a variety of colors, including green, orange, red, yellow, gray, and mottled. In spring and summer, long, slender stems emerge from among the rhizomatous leaves, and the inflorescence bears many small, vase-shaped flowers. The flowers can be red, pink, green or white. The leaves have a variety of colors, shapes and veins, making it a popular houseplant and color leaf plant.
Common name: Heuchera sanguinea ,scientific name: Heuchera sanguinea, also known as Heuchera, Coral bells, Origin: North America; Type of life: evergreen perennial; Height: 20-60 cm; Leaf diameter: 3-10 cm; Leaf shape: circular with lobes around the periphery; Leaf color: green, orange, or red, Leaf color: green, orange, red, yellow, gray, mottled, Corolla shape: bell-shaped to vase-shaped; flower diameter: 0.6-1.2 cm, Flower color: red, pink, green, white; flowering season: May-July; uses: flower beds, color leaf plants, mixed plantings, ground covers, cut flowers.