Heart-leaved Skullcap Characteristics
Heart-shaped Skullcap are showy wildflowers that thrive in shallow or dry soils. They can tolerate drought and warm summers. In warm summers, the plants may become dormant after the blooming season. Propagation occurs by self-seeding and spreading roots.
There are few serious disease or insect issues that threaten the health of Heart-leaved Skullcap. Powdery mildew and leaf spot may be occasional infections. Aphids may make their home here.