Some Coral Bells cultivars provide a great flower show in addition to their charming foliage. The following cultivars make great cut flowers in addition to great garden subjects. Check out other articles in our Heuchera series for the description of other Heuchera groups such as yellow or ruffled varieites. Heuchera 'Checkers': From Pennsylvania's Charles Oliver, comes this new breeding breakthrough in Heuchera. The silver leaves are overlain with a veined pattern of dusty purple. The flowering stems, in mid-spring are adorned with more cutleaf purple foliage and a dazzling array of large (for a Heuchera) white flowers.... a splendid show! (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-9, Ht. 15 鈥? Heuchera 'Coral Bouquet': Large bright coral flowers are many times larger than the typical Heuchera flower. Green foliage with some mottled silver patterning. A hybrid between the western Heuchera cylindrica and the garden Heuchera 脳 brizoides (Ht. 20 鈥? Heuchera 'Hollywood' PPAF, PVR: This new Terra Nova hybrid boasts dark purple ruffled foliage highlighted by silver veins and topped in spring with dense spikes of coral red flowers...a stunning contrast. Each 1' wide clump reblooms well in some climates, making a stunning show all summer. (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-7, Ht. 8 鈥? Heuchera 'Jade Gloss' PPAF: This Charles Oliver hybrid make a small compact clump of slightly cupped stunning silvery foliage, highlighted by dramatic dark purple veins. Heuchera 'Jade Gloss' is a heavy flowering variety compared to most of the coral bells that we have grown. In late spring the clumps are topped with 18" tall stalks of white flowers that open from light pink buds--a real winner! (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-9, Ht. 8 鈥? Heuchera 'Marmalade' PP 15,945, PVR: Heuchera 'Marmalade' is a unique new hybrid from the Terra Nova breeding program. Each 18" wide clump is composed of glossy foliage that emerges red and changes to amber-yellow. The clumps are topped by 14" spikes of red flowers in spring...sure to make a statement in the garden...look at me! (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-7 at least, Ht. 9 鈥? Heuchera 'Paris' PP 18,881: What an amazing coral bell! This Terra Nova introduction makes a small 9" tall by 15" wide clump of silvery leaves, highlighted with dark green veins. The clumps are topped from mid-April through early July with 15" tall sturdy spikes of small rosy-red flowers. This is unquestionably the best flowering coral bell we've ever trialed. As with all coral bells, we'd recommend a well-drained garden site as well as dividing them every 2-3 years. (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-8 at least, Ht. 15 鈥? Heuchera 'Raspberry Regal': From Busse Gardens of Minnesota comes this vigorous growing rosette of scalloped light green foliage with silver markings. From the clumps arise giant 36" spikes of large raspberry red flowers in late spring and early summer that are nothing short of fabulous! Not only is Heuchera 'Raspberry Regal' great in the garden, but it'll even make a cut flower arranger out of those of us with no artistic ability! (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 3-9, Ht. 12 鈥? Heuchera 'Rosada': This stunning coral bell hybrid, from Bart O'Brien at the Santa Ana Botanical Garden in California, is one of the most stunning coral bells in flower that we have seen. In spring, the 1' tall clumps of soft light green leaves are topped with dozens of 3' tall scapes of bright rosy pink bells...a really dramatic sight when used in mass! (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 5-8, Ht. 12 鈥? Heuchera 'Rosamund': Lovely dark pink flowers on this selection of coral bells...a mass of coral bells in bloom is truly a dazzling sight. (Part Sun to Light Shade, Ht. 20 鈥? Heuchera 'Strawberry Candy' PP 12195 PVR: We have been looking for a replacement for Heuchera 'Raspberry Regal' that would stand up better to our heat and still present a great floral show. With Heuchera 'Strawberry Candy', we think we have found just the plant. The vigorous, but compact, mound of ruffled green leaves with silver veining makes an 18" wide by 10" tall mound that is topped with a stunning floral show of 16" tall scapes of large rosy pink flowers in late spring. (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-8, Ht. 10 鈥? Heuchera 'Strawberry Swirl': This vigorous hybrid coral bells is one of the best flowering types that we have seen and has improved foliage also. The medium-green foliage has a light silver overlay and incredible ruffling. In spring, the clumps are topped with large numbers of 30" flower stalks with dark pink flowers. (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-9, Ht. 12 鈥? Heuchera versicolor: We got the seed as Heuchera versicolor although no reference exists on this species...nice stalks of pink flowers (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-10, Ht. 12 鈥? Heuchera 'Vesuvius' PP 13215 PVR: This new introduction was the top performer in the Terra Nova 2000 Heuchera trials...and after seeing their trial gardens, that's saying something. The dark purple foliage is topped in early summer with hundreds of spikes of brilliant red flowers...an object d'art in the garden! (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-9, Ht. 12 鈥? Heuchera 'White Cloud': This lovely coral bells has white flowers instead of the usual pink. (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 3-10, Ht. 24 鈥? Heuchera 脳 pubescens 'White Marble': This new introduction from Charles Oliver of the Primrose Path has a leaf with a silvery white overlay and green veins, topped with unique double white flowers on 22" bloom scapes. (Part Sun to Light Shade, Zone 4-9, Ht. 12 鈥? Coral Bells of any color are a lovely addition to the shade garden.