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Plant Height 10″-12″
Light: Part Shade
Growing Bleeding Hearts from Seed Bleeding heart plants can be propagated from seed and these are some tips to help your seeds have the best possible chance to turn into beautiful flowers. Moisten a mixture of half coarse sand and half milled peat in a small (46″) pot with water.? You will only need to sow 3-4 seeds in each pot poking a one-half-inch deep hole for each of the seeds. Place only one seed in a hole then cover with loose peat that has been slightly moistened. Press the peat to make it slightly firm. Grab some plastic wrap from the kitchen and completely wrap however many pots you have made then place them all in the freezer for about six weeks. Once you remove the pots from your freezer I would recommend that you place them on a propagation mat at about 60-65 degrees close to a window that allows a lot of sunshine in. When the soil feels just barely moist at the very top you can water the plant. Don’t ever let it dry completely out but don’t keep it soggy (seeds can mildew if they get soggy).Once more be patient as it could take from two to six months for your bleeding heart plant to sprout. Once you do see some growth thin out the weakest ones and leave only one plant in each pot. Don’t move the plants outside until after the last frost. Once your plants have some mature leaves they are ready to be transplanted into larger pots filled with potting soil and grown in light shade for their first year.Continue to water whenever the soil feels barely moist at the top then transplant them into a larger container or a shady garden bed in early autumn (too much heat or sunshine will cause your flowers to be short lived (ephemeral) and although they don’t die they do become dormant but the roots are still fine.
20 Pcs Black Bleeding Heart Seeds Dicentra Spectabilis Shade Flower Garden Spring Flowering
Beautiful Flowering – 20 Pcs Black Bleeding Heart Seeds Dicentra Spectabilis to Plant , Enjoy outside in the garden and indoor as cut flowers.
Fun Planting – Plant wildflower style or in carefully arranged beds, whatever suits your fancy – Perennial and annual flowers
Friendly Pollinator – Butterflies and Bee love these flowers and will likely pay you many visits. Great way to support your local pollinators.
Easy to Grow — Instructions additional growing tips in the ¡°How To¡± section of our website. Plus we are available to answer your questions as well. If these seed don¡¯t germinate or not received the seeds, we will happily make it ¡°Right¡± for you.
Garden Gift — Fun to grow. Great for Privacy. Easy and fun.It will be a good gift for friends who love planting.