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Bleeding Heart Wild Dicentra eximia
Wild Bleeding Heart Dicentra eximia

Bright, heart-shaped blooms rise above fern-like foliage.
Fringed Bleeding Heart is native in the Eastern USA. This selection has a low habit, with attractive ferny light- green foliage. White locket-shaped flowers are held on arching stems just above the leaves from mid spring through early summer. An excellent plant for woodland gardens and shady, moist borders. Plants may be divided in spring or early fall. This species is tolerant of hot, humid summer regions. May go completely dormant by late summer. Blooms late spring to fall.
Deer resistant, container plant, winter hardy, cut flower.

Homeowner Planting and Maintenance Tips:

Easy to grow in well-drained soil in morning sun or partial shade.
Uses: shaded border, woodland garden, rock garden, naturalized area, wildflower garden
Full Sun
Height: 10" - 12" tall
Growability: easy

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