The maple-like foliage of this plant emerges bronze and transitions to a deep dark green but, while very nice, it is not the feature of this plant that will make you love it. What will really make you do a double take is the enormous ruby-pink blooms that appear on this large growing perennial in mid-summer. At a whopping 9-11 inches across, these babies are huge with heavily overlapping petals and are produced in bunches at the top of every reddish purple colored stem, obscuring the plant from late July until frost. This is a beefy plant and can take up some room so plant it near the back of a perennial border or singly as a focal point. These luscious blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds while your local deer will leave them alone. Plant ‘Sultry Kiss’ in full sun in average to moist soils for a show that you won’t soon forget.