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March 2012 - Pacific Bleeding Heart
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Pacific Bleeding Heart, Dicenta formosa
Pacific Bleeding Heart, Dicenta formosa
Pacific Bleeding Heart is a perennial found along the moist west coast of North America from British Columbia down to California. It has drooping pinkish-purple flowers which are heart shaped at the base. Each flower has four petals with the outer two petals having a sac-like spur structure. The flowers grow in clusters of up to 15 on a stem.
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