Heuchera sanguinea ‘Ruby Bells’


‘Ruby Bells’ features medium green basal leaves and panicles of fragrant ruby red flowers which bloom in late spring to early summer on wiry stems rising above the foliage to 16” tall.


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  • This plant is primarily native to cliffs, hills and alpine areas from New Mexico and Arizona south into northern Mexico.
  • Showy, long blooming perennial that is commonly grown in borders, rock gardens and open woodland gardens.
  • Bloom sometimes extends through summer to early fall, particularly if faded flowers are regularly deadheaded.
  • Mass as a ground cover or group.
  • Effective as an edger along paths or walkways. May be grown in containers
  • Do not bury plant crown, when transplanting.
  • Requires well drained soil (cannot stand water logging). Wait until soil is dry before each watering.
  • When in ground, mulch heavily around plant before winter to prevent frost heaving damaging roots.


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