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Bleeding Heart is a lovely perennial shade plant.  I had to transfer mine from full sun (where our house's previous owner planted it) to shade.  In the sun, it withered away by mid-summer.  Plant them in the shade!

Bleeding Heart is a lovely perennial shade plant. I had to transfer mine from full sun (where our houses previous owner planted it) to shade. In the sun, it withered away by mid-summer. Plant them in the shade!

Bleeding Heart >> Dicentra Perfect for an all white garden. Works well in shade, better than the pink variety

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Bleeding Heart >> Dicentra Perfect for an all white garden. Works well in shade, better than the pink variety - Gardening Daily

Bleeding Hearts are shade plants and apparently need slightly acidic soil. Guess I'll have to move.

Bleeding Heart

(Western) Bleeding Heart - Bleeding hearts, the poetically named perennials, have heart-shaped pendant pink or white flowers with spurs at the base and fern like attractive foliage.

Blooms of the bleeding heart plant appear in early spring adorning the garden with attention getting, heart shaped flowers borne on arching stems. Learn more about growing this plant in the following article.

Growing Bleeding Hearts: How To Care For A Bleeding Heart Plant

Many are surprised that growing bleeding hearts is so simple. Once you are aware of how to grow bleeding hearts, you may want to use them to brighten dark and shady areas.

Bleeding Heart Plant Care Tips. The Bleeding Heart Flower is one of the most beautiful perennials for the shaded parts of your garden. Learn how to grow and transplant the bleeding heart perennial.

The Bleeding Heart Plant

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Bleeding Heart ~ Dicentra Spectabilis...every garden should have at least one!  Simply Beautiful !

One of my favorite spring shade plants, Bleeding Heart ~ Dicentra Spectabilis.every garden should have at least one!

Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart Care: How To Grow Bleeding Heart Vines - Clerodendrum bleeding heart is a sub-tropical vine that wraps its tendrils around a trellis or other support. Gardeners appreciate the plant for its shiny green foliage and dazzling crimson and white blooms. This article has more information.

Bleeding Heart Information – Tips On Growing Clerodendrum Bleeding Heart Vines

How to grow bleeding hearts vines. Clerodendrum bleeding heart is a sub-tropical vine that wraps its tendrils around a trellis or other support. Gardeners appreciate the plant for its shiny green foliage and dazzling crimson and white blooms.

Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart  Traditional Favorite      Heart-shaped flowers dangle from 2- to 3-ft. stems in late spring. Lovely in front of ferns, behind lilies of the valley, or anywhere in a woodland garden. Dark green leaves provide a striking contrast. Prefers full to partial shade. Bareroot. Zones 2-9.

Here are some instructions on how to make the lady in the bathtub from bleeding heart flowers. Mom taught us how to do this.

Bleeding Heart Vine (Clerodendrum thomasoniae)

Buy Clerodendrum thomsoniae White Bleeding Heart Vine, Variegated, Clitoria ternatea Butterfly Pea double White, and Clytostoma callistegioides Lavender Trumpet

Prized for its heart-shaped flowers and ferny foliage, bleeding heart (Lamprocapnos spectabilis) adds color and texture to shady garden beds where few other plants will prosper. They grow well within ...

How to Propagate a Bleeding Heart Flower Plant