Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Valentine' (Dicentra)

(Bleeding Heart)

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Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Valentine' (Dicentra)
Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Valentine' (Dicentra)

A superb new hybrid of ‘Bleeding heart’ that’s also known as ‘Lady in the Bath’! An eye catching, clump forming perennial bearing ferny green foliage maturing to a contrasting maroon. The graceful, arching stems bear bright cherry red heart shaped flowers throughout spring and early summer.
Lamprocapnos spectabilis ‘Valentine’ (Dicentra) looks good in Oriental themed gardens but is also a valuable addition to traditional Country Cottage themed gardens. Lamprocapnos (Dicentra) originate from the Northern hemisphere and flourish in cool moist soils sheltered from wind. Roots can be brittle so avoid transplanting or splitting as much as possible.

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Characteristics


Eventual Height
Max Height icon0.5m – 1m


Eventual Spread
Max Width Icon0.5m – 1m


Growth Rate
Growth Rate Icon Average


Foliage
Evergreen IconDeciduous


Habit
Habit Icon Clump forming


Hardiness
Hardiness Icon H7


Fragranced
Fragranced Icon Yes

Colour


Spring
Green Foliage Icon Red Flower Icon

 


Summer

Green Foliage Icon Red Flower Icon

 


Autumn
Green Foliage Icon

 


Winter
Green Foliage Icon

Soil


Type

Loam Soil Icon Loam

Chalk Soil Icon Chalk

Clay Soil Icon Clay


Moisture
Soil Moisture Icon Moist Well-drained


pH

Soil PH Neutral Icon Neutral

Soil pH Alkaline Icon Alkaline

Position


Sunlight
Partial Shade IconPartial Shade


Aspect
Aspect North Icon North

Aspect South Icon South

Aspect East Icon East

AspectWest West


Exposure
Exposure Icon Exposed or Sheltered

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