My Heuchera collection did not do quite as bad this year as a great deal of my perennials with the drought and extreme heat we've had in Ohio. The hardest hit by the drought were the smaller immature ones, although all had some burned leaves, some more than others.
Heuchera Silver Scrolls and Heuchera Blackout. Silver Scrolls is absolutely a beautiful Coral Bells with it's very unique leaves. It's a little smaller Coral Bells than the others I have so if placing a group of varieties, this would be one towards the front. Love it. Blackout has very dark leaves and they seem to stay dark. So far it is handling itself here well.
Heuchera Prince and Heuchera Can Can. Love them both, they both do extremely well in my area and are evergreen and handled this year's drought and extreme heat in full sun.
Heuchera Plum Pudding and Heuchera Beaujolais. Plum Pudding is beautiful. Hard to tell from the photo but the leaves have very unique markings, love it. Beaujolias so far has done really well in this extreme heat and drought and both have been evergreen for me here.
Heuchera Midnight Rose and Heuchera Palace Purple. Midnight Rose is one of the most beautiful Coral Bells and handles horrible weather and is evergreen so far here. Palace Purple has been around from the early beginnings of the colored Coral Bells. It's prime looks are in the Spring, but I find it suffers in full sun more than most of the ones I have.
Heuchera Melting Fire and Heuchera Volcano. Melting Fire is one of my very favorites and handles all the horrible weather it's been put through this year. Volcano is still young but so far is doing well and both are evergreen for me.
Heuchera Georgia Peach and Heuchera Stormy Seas. Love both of these, both have handled the horrible weather this year and still look great. Both are evergreen for me.
Heuchera Dark Secret and Heuchera Frosted Violet. I love both of these, especially Dark Secret which handles all weather even the drought. Frosted Violet really is a very pretty purple. Both are evergreen for me.
Heuchera Caramel and Heuchera Tiramisu. Caramel is my favorite gold and tolerates a lot, absolutely love this Coral Bells. Tiramisu is a beautiful plant but it has had a very difficult time in full sun, hence it's small size after a few years. It's in a new location for a month now, still full sun, but not quite as intense so I am hoping it will do better next year where I moved it to. Both are evergreen for me.
Heuchera Bressingham and Heuchera Snow Angel. Both are green but such lovely plants. Bressingham's blooms are so eye catching, you notice them across the yard. Snow Angel is heavily variegated with white, although this particular photo did not catch it very well. Will try for a better one next year. Very pretty plant. Both are evergeen for me.
Heuchera Binoache and Heuchera Brown Sugar are both new to me this year. One of the important things I've noticed about Coral Bells is that you have better luck with at least a quart size plant. Anything smaller has too much of a chance of burning up over the summer with the stress of being new and not having enough leaves to help itself along. With a larger plant, if the top leaves burn up as they were all doing this year to some extent with our drought and extreme heat, the burned up leaves are there to protect the lower leaves and the plant will survive. Hoping they are also evergreen.