Climbing Bleeding Heart or Allegheny Vine is a monotypic genus with only one annual to biannual, fast growing species native of fresh soils in woods in North America. It has ornamental, fern-like foliage and bleedingheart like (Dicentra spp.), pendulous white to pale rose flowers. An easily grown vine for any humus rich, slightly moist soil in a partially shaded to sunny spot. Plants require a climbing aid.
Sow seeds flat in any well drained, humus rich soil preferably in spring. Keep pots outside in a protected spot. Transplant seedlings as soon as they are strong enough from end of spring to early summer.
All are USDA Climate Zone 6.
20 seeds per package.