Dicentra spectabilis, Common Name: Bleeding heart, Venus's car, Dutchman's trousers or lyre flower.

Bleeding heart is a perennial herbaceous plant native to eastern Asia from Siberia south to Japan. The flowering season is from early spring to mid summer. The common name of this plant, bleeding heart, comes from the usually red heart-shaped flowers which have a longer inner petal that extends below the 'heart'.