Question: I HAVE A BLEEDING HEART PLANTED LAST SPRING IT BLOOM AND BY END OF JULY LEAVES TURNED VERY YELLOW AND BEGAN TO BECOME DORMAT SAME THING IS HAPPENING AGAIN IT IS PLANTED IN A SUN & SHADE AREA ANY SUGGESTIONS?
Answer: Dicentra spectabilis, the old fashioned tall bleeding heart, normally does go dormant by midsummer just as you have described. This is to be expected and does not indicate any problem.
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