Dicentra formosa 'Adrian Bloom'

Western Bleeding Heart, Pacific Bleeding Heart, Wild Bleeding Heart

Family: Fumariaceae Fumitory

Type Perennial
USDA Hardiness range 3A - 8A
Exposure Full shade to full sun
Bloom color Pink
Bloom time Late Spring to Early Fall
Water needs Dry to moist
Landscape uses Border, container, massing, rock garden, specimen, woodland garden
Height 8" to 12" / 20cm to 30cm
Spread 6" to 8" / 15cm to 20cm
Growth rate Moderate
Persistence Deciduous, broadleaf
Bloom attributes Suitable for cut flowers
Leaf color Green
Fruit color n/a
Soil pH requirements Neutral
Soil type Loamy
Form Irregular or sprawling, upright or erect
Attributes and features Attractive foilage, native to North America, naturalizing