Foamy Bells, Solar Power
Description: 'Solar Power' is a vigorous grower that produces small bell like blooms atop spikes in late Spring. The leaves have a dark red center that is highlighted with astounding lime green edges that will take your breath away. The thick mounding foliage of the 'Solar Power' can tolerate more sun that other forms of Foamy Bells. When planted in more shady locations the leaves will remain greener with just a splash of red.
Common Name: Solar Power Foamy Bells
Scientific Name: Huecherella 'Solar Power'
Exposure: Part Sun - Part Shade
Size: 12-16" Height, 16-20" Spread
Bloom: White blooms atop taller spikes in late Spring and early Summer
Landscape Use: Accent, Border, Container, Edging, Mass Planting
Soil: Well Drained
Zone: 4 - 9
Companion Plants: Hosta, Iris, Phlox, Astilbe
*Remove old leaves to maintain a clean appearance
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