Fringed Bleeding Heart has pink heart shaped flowers that adorn fern-like leaves that will not die back as the traditional old fashioned bleeding heart does. The perfect addition to a shade garden that once established will be more tolerant of dry conditions. Do not plant in an area that is wet in the winter. Deadhead to prolong blooming. Prefers moist humusy soils with good drainage.
Native Northeast Region: VT, MA, NY, PA, NJ
Sun Exposure: Partial Shade to Shade
Flower Color: Pink
Bloom Time: April, May, June, July
Soil Type: Med-Moist
Mature Plant Size: 8-12"H, 12-18"W
Plant Spacing: 2'
Advantages: Deer resistant, cut flower
Landscape Uses: Rock garden, shade garden
Companion Plants: Wild Columbine, Jacob's Ladder, Dwarf Crested Iris, Yellow Trout Lily, Jack in the Pulpit, White Trillium