Grows Best In:
Sun to Part Sun
We have a nice selection of Bleeding Hearts, otherwise known as dicentra (not to be confused with Clerodendrum's alternative name "Bleeding Hearts Vine"). One of the most popular of old-fashioned perennial garden plants, Bleeding Hearts burst into flower in late spring.
The plants form a bushy, upright mound of dainty light green foliage that appears to be somewhat fern-like at a glance. Dangling lockets of flowers are held on arching stems and make excellent cut flowers. Try venturing away from the conventional light pink varieties and grow dicentra "Goldheart", or a miniature variety like "King of Hearts" in your shaded garden bed!