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Little Cuties™ Shimmer Coral Bells

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Little Cuties™ 'Shimmer' Coral Bells dazzles and delights with deep pink flower clusters rising over the tidy mound of silvery green leaves. This cultivar is notable for its nonstop blooms from spring to frost, attracting bees, butterflies, and other pollinators to the delicate blooms. Let this little cutie adorn your walkway, tuck it into a shade garden or beneath taller perennials, or give it center stage in a planter, where it will bring smiles all season long. (Heuchera)
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Botanical Name
Heuchera x 'TNHEUSHI' PPAF
Growing Zones
Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8, Zone 9
Native, Bee Friendly, Long Bloom Time, Winter Interest, Container Planting
Light Requirements
Half Sun / Half Shade, Full Shade
Mature Height
5-15" tall
Bloom Time
Early spring to frost


Don't let its small stature fool you; Little Cuties™ 'Shimmer' Coral Bells (PP#31859) packs a big punch with nonstop blooms from early spring to frost. The perennial plant forms a tight mound of silvery foliage with striking dark green veining that's all the more eye-catching when the spires of pink flowers are in bloom.
Preferring part shade to full shade, Coral Bells are ideal for adding color to shady borders and woodland gardens. These compact plants are ideal along walkways, as groundcover in the front of a garden border, and they thrive as filler plants in containers where you can enjoy their beauty up close. They can tolerate sunny spots, but in areas with very hot summers, they will need protection from afternoon sun, which can burn the leaves; they perform best in a site with morning sun and well-drained soil that never gets boggy. Coral Bells are also well-suited to containers, where the mounding foliage and flower spikes add filler and a bit of thrill. Heucheras are native to the eastern half of the U.S., and this beauty is one of the many cultivars created from the native species.