Common name: Coral bells "Mocha"
Compact rounded deep mocha foliage only gets darker with more sun.
The huge leaves are one of the darkest out there.
In summer white creamy bell shaped flowers appear above the foliage.
Contrasts nicely when planted by the Japanese fern.
Works great in containers, borders and in masses.
Divide clumps every 3-4 years in early spring.
Make sure not to bury the crown when planting.
Exposure: Shade to full Sun
Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens