Bleeding Heart Plants

Care of Bleeding Heart

Anonymous added on July 24, 2015 | Answered

My Bleeding Heart plant has brown stalks/leaves and looks like it is dying out. There is new growth, but wondering if I can just cut down the brown stalks/leaves? I just purchased this place and never have had a Bleeding Heart plant. It sure can be lovely!! I would appreciate any help and suggestions that you can give me. Thank you so much for your time.

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Answered on July 26, 2015

If it's newly planted, then it could be transplant shock (which normally rights itself) or in need of more water. You can remove any brown/dying growth. Also make sure the plant is receiving adequate water with good drainage. Here is more information on growing and caring for these plants:

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