Heuchera has a wide range of foliage colors, including deep purple, red, Kelly green, vibrant chartreuse, lemon yellow, and amber, making them an excellent choice for brightening a shady spot in the garden. Color intensity can vary depending on the amount of filtered light the garden receives. The foliage shape for Heuchera varies just as much as the color, with heavily lobed, curly, and flat being just some of the choices. Typically grown for its colorful foliage, some varieties produce an appealing display of fairy-like flowers in shades of reds, pinks, or cream-colored that float over the foliage on delicate, thin stems. Semi-evergreen in warm climates, but may die to the ground in an unseasonably cold winter. Rock gardens, mixed borders, and along shaded pathways are the ideal uses for this versatile perennial. Can be used in well-draining containers and patio planters as well. Best in dry shade gardens, Coral Bells will rot if overwatered or planted in soggy soils. ‘Palace Purple’ Coral Bells has bronzy-purple and olive-green star-shaped foliage that brings a unique color and texture to the garden. The natural cupping and curling of the leaves reveals a showy beet-red to amethyst color underneath that contrasts nicely against the top side. The foliage tends to be more olive green in warmer climates and brighter light situations. The small white flowers are insignificant on ‘Palace Purple’ as the foliage is the main highlight.