Blooms of the bleeding heart plant appear in early spring adorning the garden with attention-getting, heart-shaped flowers borne on arching stems. Attractive bluish-green foliage emerges first as the plant wakes from dormancy and flowers of the bleeding heart may be pink and white or solid white as with the bleeding heart cultivar ‘Alba’.
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Bleeding Heart Plant’s Care Instructions:
Lamprocapnos spectabilis varieties will die back in the heat of summer, but they’ll be back next spring. Once the foliage has turned yellow and wilted, the plant can be cut back to the ground. It’s important to wait, because up until that time the leaves are busy collecting and storing food and energy for next year. Flower stalks can be deadheaded after blooming to keep your plant looking clean.
Bleeding heart plants require moist, fertile, humus-rich soil that is neutral or slightly alkaline.
Add a time-release fertilizer in the surrounding soil when new growth appears in spring. Additional compost can be added in as well.