|I planted a Bleeding Heart plant this spring in a shady area of the garden. It had bleeding hearts growing on it when I planted it, but now they are gone and the leaves are getting pale. Should I transplant it to a sunnier location in the garden?
|Answer from NGA
June 30, 2010
|Your bleeding heart (dicentra) is behaving naturally. It flowers in the late spring/early summer and then the foliage will die down. New stems, leaves and flowers will sprout again next spring.
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