An increasingly rare wildflower seen in this native wildflower garden in Oak Park Il, (pic by landscape designer and naturalist Ed Max @

December 22, 2015 by MAX
OaBrook Il landscaping beds full of natibe species and woodland perennials.

Close relative of the colorful Bleeding Heart, but native and becoming rarer in our increasingly degraded ecosystems of the Chicago region. Rare plants are a passion of Ed Max, and restoring their habitats is Ed’s mission as well as his landscape company.

Plant in spring in a rich soil, in full shade or part sun.¬† All Spring Ephemerals such as this dicentra tend to appear early, and vanish just as quickly. With luck, proper soils, and moisture- you will get this cool wildflower to reproduce and naturalize, as it has done here in this Oak Park, Il. landscape¬† (designed by Ed Max of Max’s Greener Places).

Contact us now to plan your wildflower garden. Good for you and the pollinators!!!!



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