Scrumptious! Georgia Peach Coral Bells will be a sweet sight in your beds, borders, or patio containers. This sublime plant stands out for its large, luscious foliage that goes through fascinating color changes throughout the year. The scalloped leaves start off in spring with warm pinkish-orange tones, the upper surface dusted with a delicate frosting of silver. In fall and winter, rich burgundy-pink hues take over. Gorgeous. Not simply pretty, Georgia Peach is also tough, performing well even in the South. It was bred to tolerate heat and humidity, and it handles hot climates as gracefully as any Georgia belle.
Growing Instructions: Crown of plant should rest just at or above the soil surface after watering in. Prefers moist, well-draining soil.