|Would like any help you could give on keeping Bleeding Hearts happy and blooming thanks
|Answer from NGA
June 30, 2010
|Bleeding hearts (Dicentra) bloom best in the spring and early summer. When the summer progresses and the weather gets hot they often die down to ground level. But they sprout again in the early spring. If your's are dying down, it's because the weather is just too warm for their delicate foliage. When they do die down, just cut off the dead foliage and wait patiently for them to resprout. Enjoy!
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