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Timeless Coral Bells

My coral bells (Heuchera Timeless Treasure) are starting to bloom in the front yard. I always love seeing these burgundy leaves appear and now the blooms. In the photo you can see a green leaf to the left. That is my hydrangea. It is growing as well. And will bloom later in the season.

This perennial (returns each year) has large pink flowers on mahogany stems that totally cover the plant in early summer and then repeat into late summer. A nice choice for adding a touch of color towards the front of a border

We have had rain lately, so I go out in between the showers and snap a few photos. You can see raindrops on these leaves. Nature is so cool after a rain shower. Everything is so fresh. I was in a hurry as it was starting to rain again.

I have posted a couple of times about the Timeless Treasure Coral Bells in my yard. Here are a couple of older posts if you are interested..

Timeless Treasure

Coral Belles

All Photos ©CarolDM

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Written by Carol DM

Enjoy nature photography. Amateur self-taught photographer and love every minute of the photos from my yard and Dustin's garden. Sunset views from my deck are very peaceful to watch, capture and share. I have two cats, Brendel and the Dude. I share both special and funny moments I capture of them with you.

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  1. I love summer rain very much, it is warm and somehow even softer than in autumn. Sometimes I even enjoy if forget my umbrella. And after the rain, I love going barefoot on the soft wet grass of my little garden. It’s a fantastic feeling. And you can still feel the rain’s smell that starts to evaporate.

  2. we did yesterday (walk in the rain). There is a point in our walk we call the point of known return. It is the back stretch and if we turn when we are half way in that stretch we can be home in 10 minutes. If we go another 5 minutes then no matter which way we go, we are a 1/2 hour from home. It started raining right as we turned the corner with a 1/2 hour either way home.

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