My Happy Hearts (Bleeding hearts, that is )

Carol Dee

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They are growing so big and healthy, I was even able to divide one to give to two friends.
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This (shown below) shows the Valentine that I thought was going to be a much redder bloom? But t it is darker and the stems have a red cast.
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Our climate is arid and my BH do great. The little exima BH can handle more sun (in my climate) and they bloom off and on all summer. They also reseed themselves so you get bonus plants. :)
For those unfamiliar with the exima bleeding hearts they are small with finely cut ferny type foliage. The ones I have are red bloomed, I don't know if they come in pinks.

@Carol Dee , that hosta is gorgeous!
 

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That reminds me, I planted a fern leaf one last year, not seeing it this spring. Also one with white blooms. It is up, small and no bloom. So fingers crossed It will give me some white blooms next spring.
 

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