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Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

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Frequently asked questions about Spring Flowering Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

How to Plant Dicentra

Dicentra plants can be transferred to the ground any time after the ice has melted. Your soil should be slightly acidic and rich in nutrients. Ensure you dig a big hole to accommodate all of the roots, but not too deep to cover the whole plant.

How to Plant Dicentra Seeds

Dig holes in nutritious and well-draining soil for your planting. They should be deep enough to cover your seeds so they can grow strong roots. However, ensure the crown/ the cut side of your dicentra seed is slightly above the soil. Water regularly and remove weeds for healthy plants

When to Plant Dicentra Bulb

Ideally, dicentra bulbs are planted for spring blooming. An excellent time to sow your flower seeds is in the late summer. The seeds are often left in the ground during winter. When the temperature begins getting warm, they germinate and grow to adorn your spring.

Wholesale Dicentra Plants

Shop dicentra plants at wholesale prices at our store and enjoy significant savings. We don’t show favoritism to our customers on any basis, and our privileges are shared with all our customers. Whether you want assorted plants or a single variety in wholesale, we are here to meet your needs.

What Species of Dicentra Are Popular?

When you are in the flower business, the popularity of species is an unavoidable occurrence. These perennials are not an exception. Species such as hosta, iris perennial, phlox, and dicentra spectabilis are among the most popular ones. You can choose one of these to plant in your garden.