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Dicentra

The distinctive heart-shaped blooms of Dicentra have been popular with gardeners for many years and we have some of the top varieties for you to try that can flower for months on end in the garden border. The name Dicentra comes from the Greek for two (dis) and spurred (kentron) which refers to the shape of the flowers. The flowers are quite scented too and make wonderful cut flowers in a vase.

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Dicentra Old Fashioned series  'Alba' (Spectabilis) - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bare Root Plant

Dicentra Old Fashioned series 'Alba' (Spectabilis) - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bare Root Plant£4.99

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Long arching stems holding broad, white heart-shaped flowers with a hint of iridescent palest pink make this a ‘must have’ Dicentra. 

Dicentra Old Fashioned Series  Spectabilis  - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bare Root Plant

Dicentra Old Fashioned Series Spectabilis - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bare Root Plant£4.99

Dispatched From: 09/03/2020  Dispatched From: 09/03/2020

The beautiful locket-shaped deep-pink flowers with white inners, drop from arching pink/red stems in April and May giving a charming and unique addition to spring borders. 

Dicentra spectabilis Valentine - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bare Root Plant

Dicentra spectabilis Valentine - Bleeding Heart | Perennial Bare Root Plant£7.99

Dispatched From: 09/03/2020  Dispatched From: 09/03/2020

A taller and newer variety of Dicentra growing to a height of up to 75cm, ‘Valentine’ has heart-shaped cherry red flowers and dark grey-green foliage with maroon coloured graceful stems giving a wonderful contrast. 

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Winter colour
Sunday, 12 January 2020  |  Sally

I purchased some winter pansies for a bit of colour over winter. Was very pleased with them. Excellent packaging and strong healthy plants.


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Stunning display of large flowers ...
Thursday, 9 January 2020  |  Roger

Arrived in early 2019 as healthy plug plants and planted in various locations around the garden. Foliage is not particularly attractive but these plants do produce a profusion of eye-catching flowers over a long period. The root system is not very substantial (for a plant of their size) so avoid planting in a wind-exposed site. Other websites suggest these plants are best regarded as an annual.


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Vine weevil killer
Thursday, 9 January 2020  |  Sheila

This is by far the best treatment for vine weevil . Good service and free delivery a bonus


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Excellent Cabbage
Monday, 6 January 2020  |  MJ

Good strong plants delivered in the week requested, very firm heads live up to their name with a small core.


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outstanding begonia-have ordered them for the past 4 years
Wednesday, 27 November 2019  |  Susan

The glossy ,shiny dark green leaves of this begonia contrast with the red flowers to make a stunning plant-I wouldn't be without it. Each year I plant a single ones in each 25cm pot and put the pots as a feature in the front garden. I get many admiring comments . They grow to about 40-45cm tall and are bushy. They last well into October and then once the foliage has died down I keep them frost free. They then start into growth in the Spring. I order a new pack each year and also now have 11 older plants--great value !


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Attractive and well made
Friday, 15 November 2019  |  Derek

Bought a couple of these after seeing them displayed on the Brookside stand at a show. Solidly made and they look great outside my front door, where they have attracted much positive comment.

 
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