Dicentra formosa 'Bacchanal' (Purple Western Bleeding Heart )

Family:  Papaveraceae
Zone: 3 - 9
Natural Range: Pacific Northwest
Soil:  Average to moist, humus rich well drained, drought tolerant
Light: Part sun, shade
Height: 14"
Bloom Time: April to September
Attracts:  Hummingbirds, Butterflies
Pest Resistance:  Deer, Rabbit 
Attributes: Deciduous, spreading, Green fern-like leaves.  Heart shaped deep wine-red flowers.  Sporadically flowers all season.
Notes: This selection of bleeding heart is valued for is rich flower coloration.  Looks lovely when mixed with the typical pink form of D. formosa.