Aurora Bleeding Heart
Dicentra formosa ‘Aurora’
Most Bleeding Hearts will go dormant as soon as the summer heat comes, but not this one. ‘Aurora’ blooms continuously from spring to fall, and, given some shade and the right amount of water, it always looks good.
|Light Requirement:||Partial Sun to Shade|
|Cold Hardiness:||Zone 3|
|Height:||1 to 1|
|Spread:||1 to 1.5|
|Flower:||White. Heart-shaped. Late spring to early fall.|