Heuchera sanguinea is native to the inland American Southwest and northern Mexico. A smaller Heuchera that mounds 8 to 12 inches tall and has small, dark-green leaves that are slightly heart-shaped and lobed. The bold coral-red flowers are held on delicate stems that may reach 2 feet tall. Although it prefers partial shade, it can tolerate some bright areas in the garden with occasional watering. Once established, Heuchera Coral Bells can be drought-tolerant, but supplemental watering gives for a better appearance. Ideal for use in a dry-shade flower bed, a rock garden, or hummingbird gardens. Also does well in well-draining containers. Use in mass plantings, as a specimen, or in mixed borders. Evergreen in mild climates. In colder inland and mountain areas, it may go dormant.