Fringed Bleeding HeartDicentra eximia 18" tall. North American native plant with lacy blue-green foliage and dangling oblong heart-shaped blossoms that characteristically wear pink, but on occasion, are in the mood for white. Flowers are a little less tidy than the respectable D. spectabilis. Starts blooming in early summer and with regular deadheading can be cajoled into flowering all summer long. Given cool woodland conditions, the foliage of this Dicentra stays awake and looking good all season. Native to the Northeast and the Appalachian Mountains.
Plant 12" apart in full to dappled shade in moist well-drained fertile soil. Will not tolerate wet winter soils. Freely self sows and will form a lovely colony if you let it. Z3. (bare-root crowns)
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