Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart Collection
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A Timeless Shade Tradition
If you've loved plants all
your life, chances are you
have a childhood memory of
bleeding hearts—maybe even
growing in your grandparents'
garden. That's why we're so
pleased to bring you these
reliable, old-fashioned bleeding
heart varieties. Garden tested
to be the biggest and the best,
the varieties you'll find in this
collection perform just like
the ones from your earliest
Beloved Bulb Companions with
An ideal choice for woodland areas or shady borders, bleeding
heart foliage will emerge when daffodils are still in bloom.
Brightly coloured, heart-shaped flowers will soon follow, hanging
above your tulips in late spring on graceful, arching stems. For a
close-up view of these delicate, dangling blooms, try them in containers
or cut bouquets—they last up to two weeks in a vase!
Our Old-Fashioned Bleeding Hearts Collection includes the largest varieties available
in a mix of three classic and contemporary colours—red, white and pink.
This collection includes 2 each of following varieties:
Red Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart: 'Valentine' was the first red of its
kind—boasting crimson hearts with white tips on burgundy stems. A surprising
new twist on an "old-fashioned" species. Dicentra spectabilis 'Valentine' PP22739
White Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart: Just as charming as the original
pink blooms, these pristine white hearts hang from light green stems instead of
burgundy—illuminating shady spots with their refreshing colour palette. Dicentra
Pink Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart: One of the oldest, but still
irreplaceable, perennials in cultivation! In late spring, chains of puffy, heart-shaped
flowers with rose-pink petals and white tips dangle beneath arching, leafless,
burgundy stems. Dicentra spectabilis
Light: Shade or Partial Shade
Bloom Time: Late Spring to Early Summer