- Pink, heart-shaped flowers in late spring
- Grows 2-3 ft. tall
- Ideal for woodland gardens
- Low-maintenance perennial
- Deer tend to avoid
Classic perennial adds old-fashioned charm to woodland and shade gardens when it blooms in late spring. Dainty, pink and white, heart-shaped flowers dangle from 2-3 ft. stems. Pink Old-Fashioned Bleeding Hearts are often planted with ferns and hostas, as these shade perennials cover the bleeding heart's foliage which goes dormant in the summertime. A low-maintenance perennial, Pink Old-Fashioned Bleeding Hearts are deer resistant. They perform best when planted in full shade to partial shade. Zones 2-9.