Greater Masterwort 'Ruby Cloud' Characteristics
'Ruby Cloud' are attractive wildflowers with starburst-like blooms. They are native to mountain meadows and prefer cooler climates. The soils should never be let dry out. 'Ruby Cloud' may struggle in the height of summer as they perform best when night time temperatures consistently drop below 70F. When healthy, they spread via their roots and may form colonies. Remove spent flowers to prevent self-seeding.
There are few serious insect or disease issues that plague 'Ruby Cloud'. Slugs and snails may visit to snack on the leaves.