Dicentra Spectabilis (Bleeding Heart) A really colorful selection of the Old-fashioned Bleedingheart, discovered in England. This features the usual chains of pink and white locket flowers, but on a plant with stunning bright yellow foliage! As a shade-garden perennial this has great potential, combined with blue-leaved or variegated Hostas, Solomon’s Seal and ferns of every description. Protection from direct hot sun is recommended. Will go completely dormant by late summer.Dicentra Spectabilis has recently changed names to Lamprocapnos Spectabilis- but we just can't get used to that! BEWARE this one is poisonous if eaten, so don't plant if your dog eats things or young curious children might.

Bleeding Heart- 'gold heart'

  • Part sun/shade