Last year it produced a good display but this year one branch grew well then turned yellow and died so I cut it off. Then another smaller branch has turned…
Dicentra genus (Bleeding heart). In this genus there are around 20 species of annuals and perennials which are native to Asia and North America. It will produce sprays of pendant flowers in either red, pink, white, purple or yellow and they will bloom from mid-spring into the early summer. The leaves are silver grey, and are feather-like.
Annuals or Perennials, Shrubs or Herbaceous
Asia and North America.
Grown for their elegant sprays of pendant flowers.
They are fully hardy and will grow well in semi-shade with humus-rich, moist but well drained soil.
You can propagate by division when dormant in late winter. Propagate by species by seed in autumn.
If plant is ingested it could hurt the stomach. Slugs may cause damage
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