The Q&A Archives: Bleeding heart plant

Question: Hi!
Ive had a bleeding heart plant in a container for about a year now out side its doing well.
My question is I live in zone 9. Can I just plant it into the ground this winter? Or would it be better to change the pot its in and bring it in the house. Mary H,

Answer: Mary,

I'm impressed that you've had it for a year. It normally prefers a more northern climate. If you can grow it in a pot in your yard you can grow it in the ground.

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