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Lamprocapnos spectabilis, also known as bleeding heart or dicentra spectabilis, is a herbaceous perennial plant. This particular species (L. spectabilis) is native to Eastern Asia, including areas in China, Japan, and Korea. Other varieties of bleeding hearts hail from all around the world. Common color varieties include pink, red, and white. Here are some other interesting facts about bleeding heart plants:

  • Shaped like hearts, giving the plant its common name.
  • Is a woodland plant that enjoys shade.
  • Has a large number of flowers that cause the stem to bend and droop.

Planting and Care

Planting instructions

New bleeding heart plants should be started in the spring or early summer. Bleeding heart can be grown from seeds, cuttings, or by dividing the roots. Seeds can be sowed directly after the threat of frost has passed, while cuttings will need to be rooted indoors before placing in the ground. The species grows to maturity in around 60 days, producing blooms through the early spring and early summer. Bleeding heart makes an excellent addition to perennial pollinator gardens and will self-propagate.

Watering and nutrients

Bleeding heart prefers moist, well-drained soil. The ideal temperature range of bleeding hearts is between 55 degrees Fahrenheit and 75 degrees Fahrenheit, so you may need to increase watering frequency in warm weather. As temperatures increase, the plants will quickly die back if they do not receive the proper hydration. Bleeding hearts are light feeders, so no fertilizer is necessary if they are planted in high-quality soil. Otherwise, at the beginning of the spring season, apply a light amount of general purpose fertilizer or compost.

Pollination

Bleeding heart flowers do an excellent job of attracting a variety of pollinators to your garden. Because the blooms are relatively deep, pollinators must be able to crawl or otherwise reach into the flower. Pollination is primarily carried out by bees in search of the plant's sweet nectar, as they are easily able to enter the flower. Hummingbirds are also able to extract nectar, but butterflies and other large insects may have a hard time reaching the flower's core.

Pests and diseases

Bleeding heart is susceptible to root and crown rot, which can be avoided by planting in well-drained soil. Leaf spots may also occur when the plant is forced to endure excessively humid conditions. Prune away the infected leaves to stop the spread of the fungus. Aphids are a common pest, usually found in groups on the underside of leaves, eating away your plant's leaves. Neem oil, an all-natural remedy, can be applied to the underside of leaves to deter aphids and similar pests. Bleeding heart is naturally resistant to rabbits and deer.

Temperature

The Bleeding Heart plant is a cool weather plant, with ideal temperatures ranging from 55º F to 75º F. Hot weather is the arch-enemy of this plant, and anyone growing a Bleeding Heart in warmer climates will have a harder time getting it to thrive. Try to protect the plant from high levels of heat by positioning it in a shaded spot where the temperature will be a few degrees lower. Having shade in the intense heat of the afternoons is particularly important.

As the temperatures begin to rise in the middle of summer, you will find that your Bleeding Heart turns yellow. This isn't caused for concern and is a normal part of the plant's life cycle. Yellowing of this plant indicates that it is storing energy for the coming winter and preparing itself for next years growth. You generally won't need to worry about low temperatures affecting the plant; as a perennial plant, it will usually die back to the ground before the first frost, and the roots will lay dormant underground until next spring arrives. If temperatures get particularly low, you can help to protect the roots from freezing by adding mulch over the top of the soil to provide insulation.

Light

Partial shade is the ideal lighting scenario for a bleeding heart. Providing that you choose a good spot for the Bleeding Heart to grow in, you'll find that it is an easy plant to care for. It doesn't like to be kept in too much direct sun or high levels of heat, but other than this, it isn't particularly fussy about its care.

An ideal home for the plant is under the shade of a tree, where dappled sunlight can get through to the Bleeding Heart, but the canopy of leaves overhead protect the plant from the full glare of the sun. If you keep the plant in a container pot, you will have the benefit of it being portable. In this instance, you can allow the plant to sit in full sun during early spring to help with the production of flowers, but as temperatures increase and the sun's light gets stronger with the approach of summer, you can move the potted plant to a more protected position out of direct sunlight.

Soil

The Bleeding Heart plant prefers a humus rich soil. Add compost to your soil and mix it well before planting your Bleeding Heart, to ensure a well-draining soil rich in organic matter (Country Living Magazine). The plant will also benefit from periodically adding a top layer of compost or well-rotted manure on top of the plant's soil. The Bleeding Heart isn't fussy when it comes to pH, though a slightly alkaline soil would be preferred if you are interested in creating the absolute perfect conditions for your plant.

It's essential that the soil around your Bleeding Heart can drain well, whether it is growing in a pot or directly in the ground. As the plant enjoys consistently moist soil, a poor draining soil could result in root rot and cause the demise of the plant. You can improve the draining qualities of the soil by adding builders sand to the mix. Also, keeping the soil well aerated will contribute to good draining and will encourage roots to grow and spread.

Humidity

The Bleeding Heart plant can tolerate high humidity though it doesn't need moisture in the air to thrive. It will fare perfectly fine in most typical humidity environments.

Flowers

The heart-shaped flowers of this plant bloom in rows along stalks rising above the foliage below. Lined up neatly along each stalk, the sheer weight of the flowers cause the stalk to arch under the pressure, resulting in an attractive and elegant display. They appear in several different color variations, though most are typically shades of white or pink. The Bleeding Heart plant is quite an early bloomer, with flowers making their appearance in spring and early summer. The iconic flowers last only a few weeks at a time.

In mid-summer when the flowers have died off, the rest of the plant will die back and recede to ground level where it will remain dormant until the next spring arrives. If you want to encourage your plant's flowers to last for a little longer, the best way to do this is with regular fertilizer feedings or by dressing the soil with compost.

Pruning

Growers who like low maintenance plants will be pleased to discover that the Bleeding Heart requires absolutely no pruning. You will not even have to deadhead the spent flowers from the plant as these will naturally fall from the plant when they are dead and not bloom again until the following year. Deadheading can be done if you don't like the look of dead flowers in your garden, but if you want the flowers to turn to seed and potentially spread, then you will need to leave them to their own devices without interference.

When the plant dies back to the ground in summer, you can at this point cut off the dead foliage if you wish to maintain a neat and tidy appearance, though this isn't necessary for the health of the plant.

Repotting

If you are growing your Bleeding Heart plant in a container, then you will need to repot it every one to two years. This plant quite quickly develops a large root system, with roots that are chunky and brittle. To ensure your plant has adequate space to continue growing healthily, you should repot it into a container the next size up when roots become too tight in its current pot. To do this, carefully remove the plant from its pot by squeezing the plastic pot and gently lifting the plant out.

In your new pot, fill the base with a pre-moistened appropriate soil mix, then lower the root ball into the pot and fill around the edges with fresh soil. Ensure the plant is at the same height in the pot as it was in the last pot. Once the plant is secure, water it well and continue care as normal. Around every three years, you will likely need to divide your plant during the repotting process. This is because Bleeding Hearts tend to become overcrowded and too big to continue life in a pot.

To divide them, remove the plant from its current pot and carefully separate the plant in two from the root ball. Be careful not to harm any of the root network, though some damage will be tolerated and is often unavoidable. Select two smaller pots for your newly created Bleeding Hearts and continue to repot as you usually would.

Propagation

Bleeding Heart plants have a habit of becoming overcrowded, so they will need to be divided every few years. This is a good idea because it will give your plants the space they need to grow so that they can thrive, and it is also a means of propagation to create new Bleeding Heart plants for you to enjoy or to gift to friends or family members.

To divide potted Bleeding Hearts, you should do this in early spring and follow your usual repotting method, with the addition of separating one plant into two before placing into new pots. Dividing Bleeding Hearts that are growing in the ground might be slightly more challenging, but it is an essential step in caring for your plant. You should dig around the base of your Bleeding Heart in early spring, gently feeling around the roots and digging up the plant with the intention of keeping as many roots intact as possible.

Once removed from the ground, carefully separate the roots of your plant to create two or three new plants. Place one plant back into the hole in the ground, taking the opportunity to supply the plant with new nutrients by using fresh soil. Your remaining plants, which are a result of the division, can be potted up in containers or planted into the ground elsewhere in your garden. If you are lacking in space, these plants make unique easy-care gifts for loved ones.

Another way to propagate this plant is by seed. This sometimes happens without you needing to do anything to encourage it, as seeds will fall from the flowers and land on soil nearby in your garden, from which new plants will grow. To intentionally propagate from seed, collect the seeds from the mother plant and tuck them into moist soil in a small pot. Cover the pot with a plastic bag or container and put the whole thing into the freezer for six to eight weeks.

Following this time period, remove the container from the freezer and place the pot with seeds in on a windowsill in room temperature. In around six weeks, germination should have occurred, and you will have little sprouting seedlings. Once they are mature enough to survive being moved, you can repot them in a bigger pot, eventually moving the containers outside or planting the Bleeding Hearts directly into the ground outside in early spring.

If you would prefer to sow your seeds outside, you can do this in the fall. The freezing temperatures will help the germination process begin, just as putting the planted seeds into the freezer does. Sowing seeds outside is usually fairly successful but can take longer to produce seedlings than sowing seeds indoors.

Overwintering

The Bleeding Heart plant is a perennial plant, which essentially means the roots can survive all year long, while the rest of the plant cannot. Because of this, the Bleeding Heart is good at taking care of itself over winter, storing up energy in summer before it dies down to ground level and becomes dormant through the colder months.

When all the flowers and foliage have died, you can cut the plant back to just an inch or so in height. Though at this point it may look like your plant has completely died, the roots beneath the soil are very much alive. They will typically fare well underground over winter, but if you live in an especially cold climate, then you could provide some protection for the roots by adding a layer of mulch over the top of your plant's stump and the surrounding soil. This will add some insulation, ensuring the cold weather doesn't harm the roots through winter. Nothing else needs to be done over winter, and come springtime, you should see new shoots starting to emerge from the same spot.

As a cautious measure, you might want to mark out the position of your Bleeding Heart before you cover it over with mulch. This will ensure you don't accidentally dig it up when planting other plants.

Toxicity

The Bleeding Heart is toxic. Contact with the foliage can cause skin irritation, while all parts of the plant can give you a stomach ache if you ingest them. Keep the plant away from curious children or pets who are likely to nibble on the plant for this reason (Royal Horticultural Society).

Bleeding Heart Plant Varieties

Bleeding Heart plants are typically found in two varieties, with either pink or white flowers. However, some other plants exist that appear similar and also go by the name of Bleeding Heart. More information on these variations can be found below.

Lamprocapnos spectabilis Alba

This variety of Bleeding Heart produces solidly white flowers, and as such, has a very pure look about it.

Lamprocapnos spectabilis Gold Heart

This pink flowering variety is a real showstopper. As a brightly colored shade loving plant, this variety of Bleeding Heart is perfect for adding a splash of vibrancy to darker corners of gardens. The foliage of this plant is also different from the others, with leaves having a golden tone to them.

Dicentra formosa

Commonly known as the Western Bleeding Heart or Pacific Bleeding Heart as it originates from the Pacific Coast, this plant is a little more tolerant of drought-like conditions than other Bleeding Hearts, though it does still prefer to have continually moist soil. The foliage of this plant looks like a fern, and the flowers tend to look more dramatic than other varieties. If watered enough, the plant will resist going dormant (Better Homes and Gardens).

Dicentra eximia

A relation of the Western Bleeding Heart, this plant is native to Northeastern America and has similar fern-like foliage. The flowers typically last for longer than other Bleeding Hearts, blooming continuously through summer.

FAQs

Is bleeding heart toxic?

Bleeding heart contains an alkaloid that, when ingested at high enough concentrations, can cause liver damage and seizures in people and animals. The most common victims are small dogs, as they only need to eat a small amount to experience the toxic effects. Humans should never ingest the plant. Care should be taken when handling, as contact with bleeding heart can lead to skin irritation or rashes. For this reason, be sure to use gardening gloves when working with bleeding heart plants.

Are there other varieties of bleeding heart plants?

Due to its popularity over the past few centuries, many varieties of bleeding heart have arisen that provide diverse foliage and flower colors. Burning heart produces deep red flowers with rich purple tips. Old heart, another variety, features pink flowers and yellow-tinted foliage. Dicentra cucullaria, also known as Dutchman’s breeches, is closely related to bleeding heart. The plant is nearly identical, except for the white, creamy blooms with yellow tips. Fringed-leaf bleeding heart, another species closely related to L. spectabilis, is native to the Eastern U.S. and can be identified by its jagged foliage.

What can you plant next to a bleeding heart plant?

Bleeding heart grows well around deciduous trees (shed leaves annually). In the spring, the leafless trees allow the sun to filter through and give bleeding heart a strong start. As the weather gets warmer, the trees will grow thick branches of leaves, blocking the harsh summer sun and extending the bleeding heart’s bloom season, though the foliage will eventually die back to the ground in full summer. Other shade-loving perennials can be planted next to your bleeding heart. Plants like hostas , ferns, and coral bells will flower at different times of the year, filling in the space left by the early-blooming bleeding hearts.

Can bleeding hearts grow in pots?

Bleeding heart can be grown in pots or containers. If done correctly, plants grown in this fashion will thrive and reward you with colorful blooms. Container plants can be moved and rearranged, allowing you to provide the correct amount of sun and shade. When outside temperatures grow too hot for a container-bound bleeding heart, just move the pot indoors. Growing in pots also allows you to start the plants early, either in a greenhouse or indoors. This gives you a head start on the growing season, though the bleeding heart plant does require cold weather during dormancy to thrive.

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  • Pink Foxglove Flowers Foxglove Flowers
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  • Fuchsia Plant Fuchsia Plants
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  • Gaillardia blooming Gaillardia
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  • Jasmine Plant Jasmine Plants
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  • Hindu Rope Plant Hindu Rope Plants
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  • Torch Lily flowers Torch Lilies
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  • Hoya Plant Vines Hoya Plants
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  • Hydrangea Shrubs Hydrangea Trees
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  • Indian Hawthorn Shrubs Indian Hawthorn Shrubs
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  • Blue Jacobs Ladder Plant Jacobs Ladder Plants
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  • Sunset Jade Plant Jade Plants
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  • Johnny Jump Up Flower Johnny Jump Up Flowers
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  • Lily field Lily of The Valley
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  • Lipstick Plant Lipstick Plants
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  • Mandevilla Vines close-up Mandevilla Vines
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  • Blue Mexican Petunia Mexican Petunias
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  • Pachsandra flowers Pachsandra
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  • Panda Plant in pot Panda Plants
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  • Pentas Plant flowers Pentas Plants
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  • Colorful Persian Shield Persian Shield
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  • Philodendron Bipennifolium Philodendron Selloum
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  • Poinsettia Garden Poinsettias
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  • Purple Velvet Plant Purple Velvet Plants
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  • Red Spider Lily grove Red Spider Lilies
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  • Spiderwort house plant Spiderwort Plants
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  • white Stargazer Lily Stargazer Lilies
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  • Black Heart Sweet Potato Vine Sweet Potato Vines
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  • Hawaiian Hibiscus Hibiscus Trees
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  • Water Lily flowers Water Lilies
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  • Yucca Flower Yucca Plants
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  • Zebra Plants in pots Zebra Plants
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  • Field of Tea Plants Cold Hardy Tea Plants
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  • Pink Dianthus Flowers Dianthus Flowers
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  • Lavender Plants Lavender Plants
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