Heuchera sanguinea is very attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies. Low, non-spreading mounds of foliage topped by airy clusters of small bell-shaped, attractive, flowers. The lush verdant foliage offers a dramatic counterpoint to this HeucheraÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s bright crimson flowers. This is a great edging plant and a favorite for the perennial bed. Heuchera sanguinea is a clump-forming coral bells cultivar that is noted for its round, lobed, long-petioled, medium green leaves that form a basal mound (to 8″ tall). Plants may spread to 15″ wide over the growing season. In late spring to early summer, bright scarlet red flowers bloom in open, airy panicles on slender, wiry stems rising above the foliage mound, typically to 18″ tall. These plants look good with Artemisia, ornamental grasses or low ground covers. Long period of bloom, especially if spent blooms are cut. The foliage height on this variety is between 6-12″.