Also commonly known as Coral Bells or Alumroot, the Carnival line of Heuchera displays variegated foliages from pinks to black. Leaves of the Watermelon variety are a peachy-pink and shaped similar to grape or maple leaves. The foliage can last outside through the winter in warmer zones. Petite white bell-shaped flowers arise on long stems from the base of the plant in early to mid-summer and produce multiple rounds of blooms. This pretty perennial is easy to grow, deer resistant, is attractive to hummingbirds when in bloom and requires very little maintenance. Mature plant size can be 10-12" tall and 12-14" wide and can tolerate full sun in cooler zones to partial shade everywhere.