Dicentra spectabilis (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra spectabilis, more commonly known as Bleeding Heart, is an old fashioned perennial adored for its unique showy hanging flowers. Growing 3 feet tall and wide, the Bleeding Heart does best in partial to full shade and in moist, well-drained soil.

credit: gardeningknowhow.com

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The Bleeding Heart is well known for being one of the most unique plants in the American garden. Once it blooms in the spring, Its downward hanging flowers are a wonderful sight to admire. The Bleeding Heart comes in a range of colors, from red, to white, to purple. In addition to its beauty, the plant is deer and rabbit resistant and flower consistently every year. Try planting Bleeding Heart with hostas and ferns in a woodland setting or in a shade garden!

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