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☆ Dicentra Spectabilis Bleeding Heart

Bleeding Heart Spectabilis
Prices start at : 49.95 USD / #2 Container range: 1.2 - 1.8 gallons (5 - 8 liters)

‘Spectabilis’ makes excellent cut flowers, in mass with groundcovers, or in potted containers. Do not let it dry out. The foliage does go dormant, so it is best to plant this bleeding heart among later developing perennials such as hostas and ferns...
United States, Nebraska
Dicentra Luxuriant (Bleeding Heart)
Prices start at : 19.95 USD / 1 GAL

Bloom begins in late spring. Are commonly called bleeding heart because protruding inner petals, more obvious in some species than others, purportedly appear to form a drop of blood at the bottom of each heart-shaped flower.
United States, Maryland
Dicentra Gold Heart
Prices start at : 76.28 USD / Liner/20 TRAY

Spectabilis, reaching heights of up to 2ft at maturity. Arching sprays of everyone’s favorite classic bleeding heart flower, pink and white heart-shaped blooms, dangle from the stems in late spring.
United States, New York
Dicentra Spectabilis 2-3 Eye
Prices start at : 55.50 USD / Plant/25 Count

This is the old-fashioned Bleeding Heart which has been a garden favorite for years with its graceful, spring -early summer sprays of heart-shaped flowers dangling from arching stems.
United States, New York
Dicentra Spectabilis 3-5 Eye
Prices start at : 74.20 USD / Plant/25 Count

Also a good cut flower. It matures to a large size and is best left undisturbed. The is the old-fashioned Bleeding Heart which has been a garden favorite for years with its graceful, spring -early summer sprays of heart-shaped flowers dangling from arching...
United States, New York
Dicentra Spectabilis Alba 3-5 eye
Prices start at : 74.20 USD / Plant/25 Count

The is the white flowering old-fashioned Bleeding Heart which has been a garden favorite for years with its graceful, spring -early summer sprays of heart-shaped flowers dangling from arching stems.
United States, New York
Valentine® Bleeding Heart
Prices start at : 16.95 USD / 1-Quart

Hummingbirds flock to its blooms, and you will wish you had a much larger stand of plants when you see the spring display this little perennial is prepared to deliver! Plant Valentine® where you can enjoy its show up close, such as the front to middle...
United States, South Carolina
Bleeding Heart Diseases – Recognizing Diseased Bleeding Heart Symptoms
Avoid overhead sprinklers. Otherwise, the disease may spread to other plants. Eventually, the spots grow larger with a yellow ring or halo, and the center of the ring eventually rots out.
United States, Ohio
Dicentra Spectabilis Alba 2-3 Eye
Prices start at : 58.40 USD / Plant/25 Count

The is the white flowering old-fashioned Bleeding Heart which has been a garden favorite for years with its graceful, spring -early summer sprays of heart-shaped flowers dangling from arching stems.
United States, New York
Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart
Prices start at : 18.95 USD / 1 Gal

With such showy flowers, they deserve to be in the front of the shade garden. It prefers no direct sun—a delight for shade gardeners—and blooms happily in April and May. A garden favorite for years, it’s fairly tall at 3′, and has evenly spaced...
United States, Maryland
Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart Care: How To Grow Bleeding Heart Vines
Otherwise, you can trim the plant lightly as needed throughout the growing season. You can train Clerodendrum bleeding heart vines to twine around a trellis or other support, or you can let the vines sprawl freely over the ground.freestar.queue.push(function()...
United States, Ohio
Burning Hearts Bleeding Heart
Prices start at : 18.95 USD / Bareroot

Find a place of honor for this exceptional new perennial! Be sure to give Burning Hearts plenty of water and enriched soil. Keeping the plant well hydrated is the key to its long bloomtime.
United States, South Carolina
Non-Flowering Bleeding Heart: How To Get A Bleeding Heart To Bloom
Their sucking activity can affect the leaves and stems of the plant and, over time, may pose a problem to flowers. This may stimulate the plant into forcing a second bloom, especially if the plant is sited in ideal conditions.Other tips include regular...
United States, Ohio
Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart
Prices start at : 8.99 USD / 1 root

Stems in late spring. Dainty, heart-shaped flowers dangle from 2- to 3-ft. Lovely in front of ferns or anywhere in a woodland garden. Full to partial shade.
United States, Indiana
Love Hearts Bleeding Heart
Prices start at : 18.95 USD / Bareroot

You will be delighted by its long season of color and vigorous growth. And because it is unappetizing to nibbling creatures (it is toxic), the foliage remains fresh and full, even through until frost.
United States, South Carolina
Bleeding Heart Has Yellow Leaves: Treating Yellow Bleeding Heart Plants
Fusarium wilt causes the lower leaves to yellow initially, while stem rot will produce a whitish, slimy coating over all parts of the plant with wilted, discolored foliage. This wide range means the plants are quite hardy and adaptable.
United States, Ohio
Planting Bleeding Heart Seeds: When To Sow Bleeding Heart Seeds
Unfortunately, these pretty bushes do not always transplant well, but if you have the patience for it, you can successfully grow them from seeds. It takes time for the seeds to germinate, but once they do, they will grow well in the right conditions.freestar.queue.push(function()...
United States, Ohio
Bleeding Heart Rhizome Planting – How To Grow Bleeding Heart Tubers
As growing container plants, they are already leafed out, may be flowering and you can plant them in the garden whenever you purchase them. Both have their pros and cons. Garden centers and big box stores also sell packages of bleeding heart tubers in...
United States, Ohio
Bleeding Heart Bush Vs. Vine – Recognizing Different Bleeding Heart Plants
The vine is attractive to gardeners because of the clusters of bright red flowers that grow along the vine stems. These similar names were given to very different bleeding heart plants.
United States, Ohio
Bleeding Heart Container Growing: A Guide To Bleeding Heart Container Care
If you’re short on space, consider a smaller species such asFill the container with a rich, well-drained, lightweight potting mix that mimics the plant’s natural environment. Remember that container-grown bleeding heart dries out faster than one planted...
United States, Ohio
Bleeding Heart Pest Problems – Common Bugs That Eat Bleeding Heart Plants
They are usually found en masse on stems or the undersides of leaves. Avoid chemical insecticides, which kill beneficial insects that help keep bleeding heart pests in check. Limit mulch to 3 inches (7 cm.) or less.
United States, Ohio
Winterizing A Bleeding Heart Plant – How To Overwinter A Bleeding Heart
Their roots will survive cold winter temperatures, but their foliage and flowers might not. This isn’t usually too much of a problem, as the plants bloom in the spring and early summer, fading and dying back naturally in high summertime.
United States, Ohio
Bleeding Heart Vine (Clerodendrum x speciosum)
Prices start at : 12.95 USD / 2.5" Pot Size

Bleeding Heart Vine (Clerodendrum x speciosum) A true everbloomer, the brilliant lipstick-red flowers appear in profusion on the tips of its vining stems. In our greenhouses this rugged grower is always in bloom and once each brilliant flower has passed,...
United States, Connecticut
Caring For Bleeding Heart Transplants – How To Transplant A Bleeding Heart Plant
Bleeding heart is not too particular about soil type, as long as the location is well draining. When transplanting bleeding heart, choose a site with afternoon shade and well-draining soil.freestar.queue.push(function() { googletag.display("div-gpt-ad-300x250-ATF-1");...
United States, Ohio
Dormant Bleeding Heart Plants – How To Plant A Bare Root Bleeding Heart
They cannot tolerate heavy clay or soggy soil, and are susceptible to root and crown rots in these conditions.Keep these things in mind as you select a site to plant bleeding heart with bare roots.
United States, Ohio
Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart Pink
Prices start at : 8.99 USD / 1 bareroot

Stems in late spring. Dainty, heart-shaped flowers dangle from 2- to 3-ft. Lovely in front of ferns or anywhere in a woodland garden. Full to partial shade.
United States, Indiana
A Bleeding Heart That Vines?
I enjoy hearing from my readers! I was amazed several years ago when I discovered that Bleeding Hearts (Dicentra spp.) come in a vine form. Not only that, but the flowers are yellow!
United States, California
Tips For Bleeding Heart Pruning – How To Prune A Bleeding Heart Plant
Cut all of the foliage down to a few inches above the ground at this point. If you cut it back while it’s still green, it will come back much smaller next spring.Cutting back bleeding heart plants should only be done after the foliage naturally fades,...
United States, Ohio
Bleeding Heart Flower Care – How To Grow Bleeding Hearts
Growing bleeding hearts need a cool, shady area for optimum bloom in warmer southern zones, but farther north this specimen may bloom in a full sun location.An herbaceous perennial, the bleeding heart plant dies back to the ground as the heat of summer...
United States, Ohio
Taking Cuttings From A Bleeding Heart – How To Root A Bleeding Heart Cutting
) is a spring-blooming perennial with lacy foliage and heart-shaped blooms on graceful, drooping stems. Open the top of the bag slightly if moisture drips down the inside of the bag, as the cuttings may rot if conditions are too moist.Remove the plastic...
United States, Ohio