Dicentra Eximia Seeds

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  • Season: Perennial
  • USDA Zones: 3 - 8
  • Height: 12 inches
  • Bloom Season: Early summer to fall
  • Bloom Color: Pink
  • Environment: Partial shade
  • Soil Type: Rich, organic soils, pH 5.8 - 6.2
  • Temperature: 64 - 72 for 2 - 4 weeks, followed by 4 - 6 weeks of 25 - 39F
  • Average Germ Time: 56 - 70 days
  • Light Required: Yes
  • Depth: Cover seed with vermiculite, sand or substrate after sowing
  • Sowing Rate: 4 - 6 seeds per cell
  • Moisture: Keeps seeds moist until germination
  • Plant Spacing: 18 inches
  • Care & Maintenance: See: Dicentra Eximia
Dicentra Eximia

Fringed Bleeding Heart (Dicentra Eximia) - There are not too many plants grown from flower seeds that have beautiful flowers for the shade garden; however, Dicentra Eximia is a tremendous performer. The leaves are deeply cut, grey green and fern like. The pink flowers are heart shaped with an inner petal that drips from the outer petals creating the appearance that the heart is bleeding. The Dicentra Eximia flowers are smaller and longer than the old-fashion bleeding heart, but still put on a show.

Fringed Bleeding Heart is growing in popularity with its heart-shaped flowers. Commonly called Fringed Bleeding Heart, Fern Leaf Bleeding Heart or Wild Bleeding Heart, the plants are more oblong and smaller than the old-fashioned bleeding heart. The Dicentra Eximia Fringed Bleeding Heart plant repeats bloom through the summer and reaches 12 inches in height. Bleeding hearts should be grown from flower seeds in moist, well-drained sites. They do not tolerate wet winter soils well. Heart-shaped flowers set above mounds of usually grey-green ferny foliage. Great creeping perennial for shade to semi-shade in humus-rich soil. Very easy and satisfying to grow from flower seeds. The main bloom period occurs in early summer but with good moisture and deadheading it will continue to bloom into the fall. The foliage of Dicentra Eximia will not die back like that of old-fashioned bleeding heart.