Author Topic: Bleeding heart  (Read 7696 times)

Offline manicmower

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Bleeding heart
« on: May 15, 2008, 08:24:54 am »
I live in SW Pa.  I am planning to put in a Bleeding Heart.  My yard ranges from some faily nice soil to solid clay.  I have a bit of everything going on in my yard. Three different roses are doing well, Peony, Iris, Coneflower, Clematis, Astible, Lily, Azalea, Hosta, Shasta and Painted Daisy ......  All doing well.   Does anyone know if it is worth the investment to try this plant?

The first thing I read said, "average, medium and well-darined soil",  but at the end of the article said "well-drained soil is essential".  The spot is sheltered, yet sunny.  Any thoughts?