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Striking red and white heart-shaped blooms dangle delicately along the burgundy-coloured stems. 'Valentine' is a sweetheart!
Dicentra comes from the Greek words 'dis' meaning twice and 'kentron' meaning a spur for the two-spurred flowers. Commonly called Bleeding Hearts, dicentra have protruding inner petals that look like a drop of blood at the bottom of each heart-shaped flower. They are easily grown in medium moisture, well-drained soils in partial to full shade. Soil must not be allowed to dry out during summer and dicentra are generally intolerant of wet soils in the winter. To promote additional blooms, remove spent flowering stems.