Pacific Bleeding Heart


The Pacific Bleeding Heart (Dicentra formosa) is a very common woodland wildflower, growing in light shade in moist areas. It blooms from mid-spring to early summer and can be found in coastal B.C. from the valley floor to the forests of the mountains.With its lush green fernlike foliage and the drooping heart-shaped flowers it is a smaller version of the popular garden perennial with the same common name.