In this double dip of color, the melon-tinged pink of coral bells shares the stage with robin's egg blue. These two colors are a staple of late spring in some areas. Coral Bells (Heuchera) come in many varieties and are prized almost as much for their amazing foliage than they are for the bell-shaped blooms that perch on tall stems. They can thrive in full sun or shade depending on the variety and are a source of great visual interest in landscaping. Though the color of the flowers can vary, the most common flower color is a rich melon pink (PMS 709). This is a creamy color, tart and sweet all at once.
These two colors add a lot of energy and excitement to any project. They can be very versatile and change feelings depending on their accents. Natural colors like these can tie us to creation without necessarily nailing us down to just bland earth tones. For your next project, see how you can use one of these amazing colors to take the interest up a few notches!