|Dicentra formosa oregona 'Pearl Drops'|
|Wild bleeding heart|
|This wild form of dicentra is less well-known than the spectabilis species, but no less attractive. The familiar heart-shaped blooms are creamy-white, usually with pink tips, appearing in profusion in spring above very attractive, glaucous, finely divided foliage. A lovely plant to grow in shade or part shade. It tends to spread, but is not difficult to control.
NOTE: At certain times of years there will be little top growth and plants will be delivered bare-rooted.
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