Dicentra spectabilis ‘Alba’ – “White Bleeding Heart”

Botanical name: Dicentra spectabilis ‘Alba’
Common name: “White Bleeding Heart”

Characteristics:

Size: 2-2.5′ x 3′
Light: Partial shade
Bloom: Mar-May

Description:

Pure-white, heart-shaped flowers dangle in arching racemes from stems cloaked in deeply-cut foliage. A long-lived, old-fashioned garden favorite. Plants go dormant in mid-summer. Excessively wet soil is detrimental.

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