Common Rose Pink Bleeding Heart
An old garden favorite with graceful, divided, fernlike foliage and heart-shaped flowers that is most often used in woodland gardens. The pendant, rose-pink flowers appear on leafless arching stems in late spring. Bleeding heart may undergo a dormancy period in late summer, however dormancy can be somewhat delayed in cool-summer climates with adequate moisture.
Leaf length : 6-16"
Leaf shape : Oval with dissected or lobed leaflets
Leaf color : Green
Flower shape : Heart-shape
Flower color : Pink
Foliage growth cycle : Dormancy period
Average size maturity width :2-3 ft.
Average size maturity height : 2-3 ft.
Growth rate : Moderate
USDA Zone : -40 to -35 F( Z3a)
Sunset zone : 1-9, 14-24
Water requirements : Regular
Light exposure : Partial Shade
Attractive bark :Yes