Bleeding Heart graces the south end of our Birds and Bees Garden bed. It blooms in the late spring and is especially complimentary along side our garden ferns. The locket like blooms form on the end of arching stems like a string of pearls making it the perfect addition to a spring cut arrangement. This popular perennial is a favorite year after year. They propagate by seed and transplanting thinnings.
Facts about Bleeding Heart:
|Scientific Name :
||Gold Heart, Hybrid
|| White & Pink blooms. Chartreuse foliage.
Good things to know about Gold Heart:
This bleeding heart is deer resistant and prefers rich moist soil. It thrives in part to full shade and can be grown in zones 3-9. It offers lovely spring color in any shady garden area and then later such backdrop for summer. They are low maintenance and easy to grow. This variety offers a lighter green leaf color than ‘Old Fashioned Pink’.
You will find Gold Heart in the back of the Birds and Bees Bed at Demonstration Garden.
This species is native to Japan. It adds depth and variety to a shady south end of our Birds and Bees Garden Bed at Demonstration Garden. It is related to Duchman’s Breetches, the wild variety of this genus which can be found in the Woodland Path area of Demonstration Garden.