Bleeding Heart is a small perennial flowering plant that belongs to the Papaveraceae family and is native to Northeast Asia. The plant can live in a group among bushes or alone in its natural environment, but in both cases, it is in slightly shaded conditions. Due to its unusual appearance, Bleeding Heart is popular in many countries as an indoor plant.
Lamprocapnos spectabilis is easily identified by its bright pink heart-shaped flowers, which grow up to 20 on thick green or pink stems. The color is brighter on the outside, while the inside is white, which creates an interesting contrast.
The green, fern-like leaves have 3 smaller leaves and fall after the plant has finished flowering. It is interesting that if you increase the watering frequency, the leaves can last a little longer, creating the appropriate appearance. As for the plant itself, it can grow up to 36 in (90 cm) tall and wide, and its branches are arching.