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Dicentra spectabilis is available everywhere, even packed dry in polythene bags from chain stores.
The birch forests are also home to a stunning bleeding heart, dicentra cuccularia.
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35 and six Dicentra (Bleeding Hearts) for just pounds 7.
Alicja Wojewnik, Chief Executive Officer, and Founder of Dicentra, who led the IM HealthScience initiative for Health Canada approval, said, "The IBgard claims approved by Health Canada speak to the power and credibility of the IM HealthScience robust scientific body of evidence.
Dicentra |spectabilis alba (WHITE BLEEDING HEART) THIS little beauty will bring charm and delight to a shady spot in any garden, be it cottage or formal.
Best Of The Bunch: Dicentra THESE elegant perennials with fern-like foliage and heart-shaped flowers on arching stems make a great addition to the border, combining well with low-growing plants such as mossy saxifrages and hellebores, hostas and hardy geraniums.
Otherwise known as dicentra spectabilis, this British favourite originates from China and will thrive in both sunny and shady locations in almost any soil type.
Dicentra species will perform well in partial shade but do not care for acid soils.
Just now it has quite a lot of interest, from drifts of pink and blue herbaceous geraniums, patches of white flowered dicentra and bright yellow daisies on doronicum.
Typical genera of plants with species using this dispersal syndrome include Asarum, Claytonia, Dentaria, Dicentra, Erythronium, Jeffersonia, Sanguinaria, Trillium, and Viola.
Other good choices include a white lilac, Syringa vulgaris Alba and a white Dicentra spectabilis Alba, which has heart-shaped flowers, while the ferny leaves look wonderful under trees or around shrubs.
Plant of the week Dicentra spectabilis (Bleeding heart)
Suitable plants for division include achillea, aster, crocosmia, geranium, rudbeckia, dicentra, campanula and phlox.
Earliest of all border plants, Dicentra spectabilis is a spring joy.