Dicentra spectabilis

This large perennial has arching branches with suspended pink heart-shaped flowers along the whole length. Blooms May through June, then in the heat of the summer starts going dormant.
Item #
1116
Keywords
BLEEDING HEART, OLD FASHIONED PINK
Zone
3

Dicentra spectabilis


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This large perennial has arching branches with suspended pink heart-shaped flowers along the whole length. Blooms May through June, then in the heat of the summer starts going dormant.

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