Dicentra canadensis Native Z 4 - 9 shade
[Squirrel corn] Foliage is finely-divided and reaches only six to eight inches in height and spread. Blooms are like white heart-shaped lockets on a line as each bloom hangs individually from short stalks on the main succulent-looking brittle stem. Name comes from the small yellow tubers in clusters.
Transplant: Squirrel corn should be planted very shallow in soil high in leaf mold and rich humus in shade. Forms early-blooming colonies where it is happy. Certainly looks good with Primula veris in my garden.
From 1 quart containers.