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Reblooming Fernleaf Bleeding Heart

Reblooming Fernleaf Bleeding Heart

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Super-hardy, carefree Reblooming Dwarf Bleeding Hearts are covered with deep pink pendant blooms. Flowers appear in spring and continue intermittently until early fall! At home in deep shade, but very adaptable to more light conditions if kept moist. Attractive foliage adds charm all through the growing season. Grows 12-18" tall. #1 field-grown plants. Zones 3-8. Dicentra eximia Deer tend to avoid.

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Gardening Details for Reblooming Fernleaf Bleeding Heart

Botanical Name: Dicentra eximia
Common Name: Fernleaf Bleeding Heart
Form: Herbaceous perennial
Sun Exposure: Full Shade;Partial Shade
Height/Habit: 15 - 18 inches
Spread: 12 - 18"
Spacing: 12 - 18"
Hardiness Zone: 3-9
Flowering Date: Spring to early summer and intermittently until frost.
Shipping Season: Spring
Flower Color: Pink
Flower Form: Heart-shaped pendant flowers.
Foliage Type: Gray-blue foliage, finely dissected and fernlike.
Resistance: susceptible to aphids
Soil Requirement: Well drained with a high humus content.
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Very pleased Review by Patricia
Posted on 2013-04-13

"My bleeding heart blooms from early April until frost, late in Oct. Couldn't be more satisfied. It's even in the full sun and does very well."

Very Pleased Review by RosieRoe - Hatboro, PA
Posted on 2012-05-26

Planted these 2 days after arrival and in little more than a week they were blooming! They were nothing more than a few short stems when I put them in the ground. Very pleased with my purchase and will definitely buy from Spring Hill again.

Happy with my Hearts Review by AJ - St. Louis, Mo
Posted on 2011-04-03

"Really happy with these! If you don't want big bushy ones, go with the dwarfs. I planted these as perrenial hanging plants- Nice! I just looked and they are coming back. If you want the bushy ones, I got those too and they are fantastic!!"

ALREADY BLOOMING Review by Donna R - Cary, NC
Posted on 2010-04-21

"Not quite a month after planting, these little beauties are growing and blooming nicely. They took off so quickly after planting I was amazed. The only negative is, when I received them the bloom color was not indicated. Now that they are all blooming I can say I received all pink blooming plants. Still have a long season here in North Carolina, we'll see how big they get this year."

BETTER THAN EXPECTED Review by Donna R. - Cary, NC
Posted on 2010-03-27

I had received these dwarf bleeding hearts as bareroots a few days ago and I was suprised. Their roots were so much more larger and healthier looking than I expected. They were also starting to sprout. I planted them today and I'll review again after growing and blooming. I am very impressed so far.

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You'll fall for Pink Dwarf Bleeding Heart plants – vibrantly pink rebloomers that deliver multitudes of heart-shaped florets from spring until frost. Botanically known as Dicentra eximia, these pastel perennial flowers don't go dormant in summer, and are at home in both shady and sunlit growing spaces. This bleeding heart plant variety also sprouts lacy, fern-like foliage.

A sure heart-stealer, Pink Dwarf Bleeding Heart plants bear deep pink pendant-shaped flowers that seem to embody romance. Unlike other Dicentra, this Dicentra eximia variety does not go dormant and die to the ground in summer, so you'll enjoy its charming blooms all through summer and right up to the first frost of the year. A particularly stalwart bleeding heart plant, Pink Dwarf Bleeding Hearts flowers reach their 12 to 18-inch heights throughout six hardiness zones, and the perennials can even tolerate temperatures that dip well below freezing. Plant these lovely perennial flowers in partially or deeply shaded areas, or grow versatile Pink Dwarf Bleeding Heart plants in spots that receive generous amounts of light.
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