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'Ruby Mist' coralbells

, : 'Ruby Mist' coralbells. HortScience 30(3): 651

Heuchera x Ruby Mist was selected as an open-pollinated seedling of selection 64-1. Selection 64-1 originated from an isolated open-pollinated population of Brandon Pink, an F1 hybrid of H. richardsonii x H. sanguinea. Ruby Mist plants form small mounds and bear red flowers in panicles on slender scapes above the foliage. Petals are small or absent, the sepals providing the colour of the blooms. Flowers are bell-shaped and occur in late spring to early summer.

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