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Bleeding Hearts


BLEEDING HEARTS
Dicentra eximia Poppy Family  Papaveraceae
May - June Rare
Description: From 8 to 18  inches  tall. Leaves are large and divided into many small segments. The squirrel corn, D. canadensis, is similar but has white or pale pink flowers. Both plants are poisonous if eaten.

Location: Open rocky banks, Wooded, rich
 
 
Bleeding Hearts Seed pod Bleeding Hearts

 

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