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Common Name: Bleeding Heart
Plant Family: Papaveraceae
12 in stock
Size/Qty: 3 Litre PotSuggested Use: Cut FlowerPlanting Style: woodlandSeason of Interest: Early summerPosition/ Situation: Under TreesSun/ Shade: Part ShadeFlower Colour: WhiteLeaf Colour: GreenHeight: low (up to 3 feet)Soil Type: Heavy/ClaySoil PH: Alkaline to NeutralRHS Award of Garden Merit: YesHardiness/minimum temperature: HardyBee and Butterfly: BeeRabbit & Deer Resistance: Deer & Rabbit Resistant PlantsResistance to Honey Fungus: Resistant to Honey Fungus
Formerly Dicentra. A popular perennial for a shady spot or woodland planting, with delicately cut foliage and arching stems along which hang pendant, heart-shaped white flowers from April to May. Grow in moist, well drained soil in part shade. Makes a nice cut flower. Summer dormant, so will die back after flowering. Plant with something like Geraniums which will cover the gap.
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Clumps of leaves emerge stained purple at the base in spring, with tall stems carrying 3-4 flowers with violet-purple standards and falls. In May to June.
A popular house plant which produces curious shrimp-like bracts which house small tubular white flowers. The bracts last long after flowers have faded giving it a long season of interest.
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