For the best blooming conditions, Bleeding Hearts should be placed in full sun. If you live in warmer southern areas, they will need partial shade.

Follow a regular watering schedule to keep soil consistently moist. Do not allow it to sit in water or become soggy.

Bleeding Hearts only bloom once so deadheading is not necessary. These plants are perennials and will die back when the heat of the summer arrives. The foliage can be cut down to the ground after it turns yellow or brown.

Use of a time-released fertilizer will encourage more and longer-lasting blooms.

Common Names: Bleeding Heart, Fallopian Buds or Asian bleeding-heart

Origin: Native to northern China and Japan

Available in 6 inch

Not meant for human or animal consumption.