Bleeding heart plant - Knowledgebase Question

Floral City, Fl
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Question by mhorrigan824
October 23, 2005
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 from NGA
October 23, 2005

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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