Native to the Pacific Northwest, this gentle dicentra likes moist, shade-dappled areas. When happy it will fill in around trees and shrubs, attracting hummingbirds with its delicate pink flowers. It fades away (goes dormant) with lack of water in the late summer, returning with the spring rains. In the Pacific Northwest it is a larval host plant for the Clodius Parnassian butterfly.
Blooms: Mid Spring to Early Summer