Family: Fumariaceae

Scientific Name: Dicentra fumosa Margery Fish

Common Name: Dicentra Margaret Fish, Margaret Fish Bleeding Heart

DescriptionI was a little hesitant about listing this plant. Because the book "Bleeding Hearts and Corydalis" (a definitive source) list Margery Fish as white, but I have seen it in three different botanical gardens and on many different web sites as pink??
Plant TypeAll Plants, Perennials Hardy
Hardiness Zone5
Sunlightshade, part shade
Moistureaverage to moist
Soil & Siteaverage, moist, organic
Temperaturetolerates light to medium frosts
Flowerspendulous white to pink flowers borne on scapes holding the flowers above the foliage
Leavesvery attractive blue green, triangular 3 times pinnately divided
Cultivar OriginMargaret Fish is an cultivar of the Pacific Bleeding Heart (Dicentra formosa) and is native to western North America.
Notes & Reference#115-Bleeding Hearts, Corydalis and Their Relatives (Mark Tebbit, Magnus Liden, Henrik Zetterlund)
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