Heuchera x 'Circus's spring foliage is a warm peach color that matures to chartreuse with bright red veins. The veins fade in heat of summer but reappear in fall. Also known as Coral Bells, its dark wiry stems of hot pink blooms are held well above the foliage in early summer.
An evergreen perennial, 'Heuchera 'Circus' is a cultivar that includes the heat and humidity tolerant H. villosa, which is native to much of the eastern United States.
Heuchera 'Circus' prefers mostly shade, particularly in the afternoon. It grows best in fertile, moist, but well-drained soil. A great Heuchera for hot, humid climates. Long blooming. Frequent division helps to maintain vigor.