Bleeding hearts are early flowering plants known for their unique heart-shaped blooms. They are low maintenance and perfect for beginner and experienced gardeners.
Bleeding hearts bloom in early spring and go dormant in hot summer temperatures. They are an excellent choice for early blooming in shady conditions.
Bleeding hearts prefer partial to full shade. They require moist, well-draining soil for optimal growth and bloom production.
These plants require moderate watering. Mulching around the base of the plant can help retain soil moisture and regulate temperature.
Pruning is not typically necessary for bleeding hearts. If transplanting, ensure the new location has similar light and soil conditions.
Bleeding hearts can be grown in containers or as houseplants. Ensure adequate light, water, and temperature conditions for best results.
Bleeding hearts can be susceptible to pests like aphids, slugs, and snails. Regular monitoring and appropriate pest control measures can keep these at bay.