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1 Clerodendrum Thomsoniae Dicentra spectabilis Purple Bleeding Heart Live Plant

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1 Clerodendrum Thomsoniae Dicentra spectabilis Purple Bleeding Heart Live Plant
Planting: Potted Dicentra should be planted with the crown at soil level. Bareroot Dicentra spectabilis should be planted with the crown 2″ below the soil line, but the crown of smaller bareroot varieties should be 1″ below the soil line. Light/Watering: Bleeding Heart thrives in partial to full shade, although flowering is best with morning sun and afternoon shade. Consistent watering is best for all; D. spectabilis will go dormant during dry conditions in summer.
Fertilizer/Soil and pH: These plants are at their best in evenly moist, rich soil in partial to full shade. A two-inch layer of mulch will help buffer soil moisture and keep the ground cooler. A slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5) is ideal, but plants will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.

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1 Clerodendrum Thomsoniae Dicentra spectabilis Purple Bleeding Heart Live Plant
1 Clerodendrum Thomsoniae Dicentra spectabilis Purple Bleeding Heart Live Plant
Planting: Potted Dicentra must be planted with the crown at soil level. Bareroot Dicentra spectabilis must be planted with the crown 2″ below the soil line, but the crown of smaller bareroot varieties must be 1″ below the soil line. Light/Watering: Bleeding Heart thrives in partial to full shade, even if flowering is best with morning sun and afternoon shade. Consistent watering is best for all; D. spectabilis will go dormant all over dry conditions in summer.
Fertilizer/Soil and pH: These plants are at their best in evenly moist, wealthy soil in partial to full shade. A two-inch layer of mulch will assist buffer soil moisture and keep the ground cooler. A quite acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5) is ideal, but plants will tolerate a pH up to 7.5. Apply compost or a general purpose, granular fertilizer in spring.
Pests/Diseases: Dicentra is every so often bothered by slugs and snails, but this is rarely a serious problem. If grown in poorly drained, wet soil, the crowns of the plants may rot. Keep away from these soils and make allowance good air circulation. Keep mulch several inches away from the base of the plants.
Companions: Dicentra is lovely with other denizens of light shade such as Aquilegia, Ferns, Tiarella, Campanula, Alchemilla, Phlox divaricata, and Pulmonaria, and in reality enlivens woodland gardens. Plant D. spectabilis with Hosta or spreading perennial Geraniums, or fill in with annuals when this plant goes dormant in summer.

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