Bleeding hearts are perennial and grow easily from seed. They perform best with morning sun or filtered shade and moist soil. In mid-summer heat, the stems/leaves begin to look ragged. At this point, you may prune them back or cut them to the ground and they will remain dormant. They bloom in spring and are not repeat bloomers.
Answered on March 3, 2018
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