The bleeding heart is a very popular plant that many countries have easy access to. While this perennial is an easy to plant and grow, there are a few specifics that gardeners need to keep in mind. This particular plant thrives in areas with light shade. Also, they should be planted in the spring season, but should your plant arrive early, don’t despair. If this happens, place them in your refrigerator, making sure they remain moist and then plant them. Make sure to water the plant as necessary and then enjoy watching it grow and thrive.
- The plant is native to Japan, but is very easy to find online to buy.
- The Bleeding Heart plant grows best with just a little shade and average soil.
- To plant, soak the roots in water and place them in a large hole with with a mound in the bottom.
“While bleeding hearts purchased as container grown plants can be planted almost anytime, bare root bleeding hearts should only be planted in springtime.”