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Wild Bleeding Heart Overview
This is an upright arching clumped deciduous perennial from the United States. It will produce grey blue finely cut, foliage with profuse red, pink, purple flowers on arching stems. It will grow well in a shaded environment, but will tolerate full sun if it has ample water.
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How to propagate Wild Bleeding Heart
You can propagate by division when dormant in late winter.
Propagate by species by seed in autumn.
Other uses of Wild Bleeding Heart
Shade, rock garden, border, wildflower, cutting bed, ground cover, under shrubs Attracts humming birds in suitable geographical locations.