Height – up to 4 ft.
Time of bloom – May – June
Flower colors – Red, Pink, White
Propagation – Division
Transplants – Easy

Like many woodland flowers, bleeding hearts die back after blooming. Planted in shade with humus rich, moist soil the plants will last much longer.

A number of varieties are available, including some with all white flowers to an almost ever-blooming type that looks similar to wild bleeding heart