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Dicentra Aurora

Dicentra 'Aurora'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Bacchanal

Dicentra 'Bacchanal'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Cupid

Dicentra 'Cupid'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Eximia

Dicentra 'Eximia'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Formosa

Dicentra 'Formosa'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Kings of Hearts

Dicentra 'Kings of Hearts'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Luxuriant

Dicentra 'Luxuriant'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Spectabilis

Dicentra 'Spectabilis'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Spectabilis Alba

Dicentra 'Spectabilis Alba'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Dicentra Valentine

Dicentra 'Valentine'

Bleeding Heart

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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Sampler

Sampler

Bleeding Heart Sampler

Where To Plant

Bleeding heart will grow best in partial to full shade. Ideally, bleeding heart should have morning sun and afternoon shade for best flowering.

How To Plant

Bleeding heart prefer a well draining, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5), but will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.  Plant bareroot bleeding heart with the crown 1-2" below the soil line.  If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Avoid these soils and allow good air circulation. 

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