Bleeding heart are an easy and lovely hardy perennials for the basically-shaded garden, and do well even in dry areas beneath trees, and around homes
Plants grow up lush foliage in early spring, temporarily forming large clumps bearing many, many beautiful heart-shaped flowers along long stems
Flowers last for a very long time, as they continue to develop along the stems, easily visible and adding welcomed color to the spring and early-summer gardens
they even grow beneath the acid-producing evergreen trees
Obviously they’re also moderately happy in wealthy, moist soil also.