|Description||Pacific bleeding heart is a low growing perennial that thrives in moist shade. Silvery-green foliage emerges in late winter and provides a backdrop for drooping sprays of showy pink and white heart-shaped flowers in mid-spring to early summer. After flowering in late summer, foliage dies back until winter rain and cooler temperatures return.|
|Flower Color||Pink and white.|
|Height at Maturity||12-18"
|Light Requirements||Shade to part sun.|
|Moisture Needs||Prefers moist soil.|
Well drained, rich in organic matter.