With a compact growth habit, ‘King of Hearts’ produces blooms in arching sprays of hot pink, heart-shaped flowers that will attract bees and butterflies. The blooms are complimented by the lacy fern-like, greyishgreen foliage that forms a mound and lasts throughout the season. Great in containers or tucked in front of taller plants.  Deer and rabbit resistant. Unlike common bleeding hears, it will not go dormant in midsummer as long as the soil is kept moist. Ht 35 cm (14 in).

Growing Bleeding-Hearts

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