Bleeding Heart Rhizome Planting – How To Grow Bleeding Heart Tubers

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Bleeding Heart Rhizome Planting – How To Grow Bleeding Heart Tubers

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer Bleeding heart is a favorite plant in partially shaded to shady cottage gardens throughout North America and Europe. Also known as lady-in-the-bath or lyreflower, bleeding heart is one of those beloved garden plants that gardeners can share. Like hosta or daylily, bleeding heart plants can easily be divided and transplanted throughout the garden or shared with friends. Just a small tuber of a bleeding heart can eventually become a beautiful specimen plant. If you happen to be a lucky recipient of a piece of a friend’s bleeding heart, you may question how to plant a bleeding heart rhizome. Continue reading to learn about growing bleeding hearts from tubers. Bleeding Heart Rhizome Planting Bleeding heart plants are usually sold as growing container perennials, bare root plants or in packages as tubers. As growing container plants, they are already leafed out, may be flowering and you can

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