Bleeding Heart


Bleeding Heart

As a classic cottage garden staple, the bleeding-heart plant (Lamprocapnos spectabilis) has been a favorite in many perennial gardens for a long.

Bleeding Heart

It is easy to see why these plants have captivated so many gardeners with their cordate white or pink blooms. The Bleeding Heart grows quickly in spring, and its long stems with drooping, romantic flowers invite you to admire it.

Asian Bleeding Heart

Also known as Asian bleeding-heart or fallopian buds, the bleeding heart is a species of flowering plant belonging to the Papaveraceae (poppy) family.

Bleeding Heart Flowering Plant

It is native to Japan, Korea, northern China, and Siberia. The Lamprocapnos genus includes around 8 flowering plants[1].

Bleeding Heart Flowers

Bleeding heart is a late-blooming perennial that typically grows 24 to 36 inches tall and 18 to 24 inches wide.

Fallopian Buds

The slanted, swollen, cordate rose-pink blooms with protruding white central petals start to bloom in spring before the emergence of the leaves. The flowers hang at regular intervals under long, arching stems. It has compound green leaves.

Lamprocapnos Spectabilis

Suggested Reading: List of Common Flowers

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Key References
  • [1]“Lamprocapnos spectabilis – Peconic Estuary Partnership”. Accessed December 03, 2021. Link.

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